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Author Topic: DirtHogg 5lb'er experience  (Read 6344 times)

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Offline ebuyc

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Re: DirtHogg 5lb'er experience
« Reply #10 on: December 20, 2012, 12:47:41 PM »
yea nice tank about 60 gallon size? We got a 60 gallon with a fluval pump 405 works great see lori for names of fish just picked up few more in Edm yesterday. Yes fish are nice to watch and feeding time they come to you lol I want 2 clown loaches to watch they are funny playing watching them swim around is fun to watch. Ray

The link was a 30gal tank. The green plant is Java moss - a programmer and I stare at Java moss to help me think haha
The moss is where the live bearing guppy fry hide, well that and in between the marbles!
You don't see them but I have red fresh water shrimp that help keep the tank clean and when on tunrs belly up the guppies get their favorite treat! The shrimp breed well with the Guppies so a win win.

I have four 30 gal tanks in my office and one 70gal. Three of the 30 gals are for the different colors of guppies I raise and one for a 'isolation' tank that houses all the red guppies that pop up from the genetic dominance. I feed to red ones or less then perfect ones to my daughters cat fish in the 70gal tank... muahaha  DEVIL&??

Yes I love the tanks and they help me think when I am writing code or trying to turn business logic into a programable algorithm.
I have three broken Fluval canister filters from the 70gal - I can not say much good about them. Cheap hoses and connectors and the inductive coil is not made to last!

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Re: DirtHogg 5lb'er experience
« Reply #11 on: December 20, 2012, 08:14:22 PM »
We had a 60, and a 55 and a 44 gallon but shut them down to much work now just the 60 gallon running had guppies heater failed one night and poof went them. Now have a varity of smaller fish bottom fish and middle fish and top fish ask Mrs p what kind  not sure got cat fish, 2 sharks, plecko, neon tetras, and few others Nice to watch them swim around the tank free. We got no aggresive fish all friendly so harmony in the tank. Sharks battle over space as they get bigger cheers Ray

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Re: DirtHogg 5lb'er experience
« Reply #12 on: December 21, 2012, 05:17:51 AM »
EBUYC  Not cool, Weigh Cool. Am I wrong or did you just pass the 1K mark ? The  USB pictures are like popcorn, I can't get enough. Your postings are very informative and your time into making vids and stills is much appreciated. Congratulations and I am looking forward to all of your future postings. Thanks for sharing.  Bill

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Re: DirtHogg 5lb'er experience
« Reply #13 on: December 21, 2012, 05:46:44 AM »
EBUYC  Not cool, Weigh Cool. Am I wrong or did you just pass the 1K mark ? The  USB pictures are like popcorn, I can't get enough. Your postings are very informative and your time into making vids and stills is much appreciated. Congratulations and I am looking forward to all of your future postings. Thanks for sharing.  Bill


Thanks Bill! Yes I think that gets me a new silver award badge. woot woot

Stay tuned Bill I have some more stuff inbound for Christmas!

Yeah I like taking the USB microscope pictures very much - but could be much better though.
My $20 USB microscope is not the best! Only one magnification range and the LEDs are buried in the tip so I can't really cover them up easily and use my own lighting...


Thanks again glad you enjoyed this post! (I know I sure did!!)


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Re: DirtHogg 5lb'er experience
« Reply #14 on: December 21, 2012, 06:24:06 PM »
Yes looking at another scope had one but it went off the table onto the floor news flash its broken and i miss it very much. Nice to look at samples under power. Never thought to take pics of things when i get another one will try video's of it must be able to just got to figgur things out then should be good to go. Yes loved the close ups really nice pics cheers Ray

 


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