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  1. Yes - I have had fish turn multiple colors over time. I bought several pandamoors, where most turned completely white within weeks. One stayed a bit black, then turned a bit orange. And now she is mainly white with a bit of black, orange and red spots. She is very pretty now
  2. Oh you mean my pandamoor, that is slowly turning into a tri-color tele? hehe that is theodora, my oldest
  3. Thank you all very much for the kind words As you properly can tell, I'm very happy about it too
  4. Cant take credit for the idea, but I really like the look of it too. Will look better as time goes on and the plants gets nice and big. I have one old Anubias and it is HUGE! It was fairly simple to do, a bit hard with the java fern and the anubias nana, as they don't have the same root as the normal anubias, but made it work. Thanks man
  5. I really like both the "normal" anubias on the back and the smaller ones That is fairly new - added it to pretty much all the tanks
  6. I tried two different kinds - the ones that came with a heater, about an inch wide, and tiny ones that I think are about 1/2".I've had better luck with the small ones, but it could just be because they're new (but i think because they are more flexible). Here is what I made of this idea: http://www.kokosgoldfish.invisionzone.com/forum/index.php?/topic/124676-video-of-my-floating-gardens-tank/
  7. So I stole this idea 100% this idea from this thread: http://www.kokosgoldfish.invisionzone.com/forum/index.php?/topic/124402-brainstorming-anubias-things-opinions-please/?hl=anubias I really like this idea a lot, so I bought 100 euros (110 dollars) worth of Anubias (bateria and nana) and java fern, spend the better part of an evening attaching them to suction cups and a few to rocks. Then came the fun part of adding them to my tank and really designing how my tank should look. I am very pleased with how it came out and very happy to share it with you all - I hope you like it as well Here is the 5 min video I made of the tank from different angles - hit the HD button! It is filmed in 1080i resolution, so it is best viewed in this Maybe I'll add some more plants later, but I'm giving the newly added plants a chance to grow a bit before I do it. I used a few plants for my snail tank, which looks pretty much the same as my goldfish tank (I have a certain style that I like apparently!) which I'll share a video of later, but it is not as cool as this.
  8. Oh that last one is Lio's "here comes Soren (thats me), he might have food - i'll warm up my jaws!" reaction. He does this most of the time that I approach the tank...
  9. Lio when I got him in December 2014 in a 54L tank: This was Lio i February 2015, a solid 3 months after I got him, in my 325L tank: And this is Lio now, Maj 2016 in my 660L tank:
  10. This is an very awesome tank. I would love a tank like that. Wife and I have been talking about getting a tank just like that, when we get a house of our own. This is very inspiring! Can't wait to see it all setup and filled with lovely fish. How many gallons is the tank?
  11. An idea to "train" your fish to your presence is to sit next to the tank, reading a book or such. Just being near them a lot makes them used to you. Mine are now so adapt, that they can tell the difference between me and my wife, when we approach the tank.
  12. Use your old fishwater to put in tanks where you would like plants to grow Lots of nutrients in fishpoop filled water
  13. Try adding more oxygen to the tank. Most people run a airpump on their tanks
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