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Re: Pix

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Re: Pix

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Re: Pix

Post by dixieee » Mon Jan 17, 2005 5:29 am

i can see the difference..cute pets all

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Re: Pix

Post by TURTLE-MAN » Mon Jan 17, 2005 9:33 am

dixee do you think the water is too high in my tank??

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Re: Basking shelve

Post by Guest » Sun Feb 20, 2005 11:56 pm

TURTLE-MAN wrote:
woops too small
Where did you buy the basing shelve?

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Re: Re: Pix

Post by dixieee » Mon Feb 21, 2005 6:18 am

TURTLE-MAN wrote:
dixee do you think the water is too high in my tank??
sorry TURTLE-MAN i just saw that..nope the water level is great,,if u can increase it a bit too your turtle will enjoy it:)
sorry for the late reply again

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Re: Pix

Post by EarthVsJazz » Wed Feb 23, 2005 2:07 am

Here is My Tank. 56 gallon Wide. I have 2 bubble wands, fogger, Fluval 4 plus, and Mainly large rocks. I just cahnged the water so It\'s pretty higher then normal. I have to do that because it gets low very quickly. I have 3 turltes Tiny - Yellowbelly slider Female, Stupid-RES male, and Mordecai Jones Eastern Peninsula Slider.These are my babies. Odley enough Mordecai is the Largest and the youngest. The other 2 are almost 3 years old.

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Re: Pix

Post by dixieee » Wed Feb 23, 2005 8:43 am

WOW cool turtles and a cool setup,,they are so cute:) oh i can see that Mordecai is a big guy
i have a RES and a YBS too but the other way around..so how are they getting along together?
although i love hatchlings but i can\'t wait to see my babies that size:)

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Re: Pix

Post by EarthVsJazz » Wed Feb 23, 2005 12:30 pm

It\'s Funny you should mention that, Stupid (RES) is practically married to Tiny. He is always trying to court her. She just ignores him. Mordecai (EPS) just kind of does his own thing.


Thank for the compliment. It took a lot of time, work and money and different setups before I found this one. There are still alot of tweeks I want to do. Cleaning up the hoses and stuff. Making it look cleaner.

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Re: Pix

Post by dixieee » Wed Feb 23, 2005 2:42 pm

married? LOL that\'s cute:)
well it\'s not really a compliment,,u did a great job on it..it shows:)

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Re: Re: Pix

Post by yaya » Wed Feb 23, 2005 7:12 pm

EarthVsJazz wrote:
Here is My Tank. 56 gallon Wide. I have 2 bubble wands, fogger, Fluval 4 plus, and Mainly large rocks. I just cahnged the water so It\'s pretty higher then normal. I have to do that because it gets low very quickly. I have 3 turltes Tiny - Yellowbelly slider Female, Stupid-RES male, and Mordecai Jones Eastern Peninsula Slider.These are my babies. Odley enough Mordecai is the Largest and the youngest. The other 2 are almost 3 years old.

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i like ur set-up but why u keep the water so low?? with that big tank i would put almost 3/4 of it for the swimming area...i\'m sure ur turtles will appreciated a lot....

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Re: Pix

Post by EarthVsJazz » Thu Feb 24, 2005 2:44 am

I\'m still working with the Basking Area. AS of right now I don\'t have the means to elivate both sides. It\'s deffinatley a work in progress. It\'s on a work bench right now when it should be on a stand. My stand is in storage. That already has a black light installed so when I open the cabinet for supplie sthey all glow. Again its getting there.....


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Re: Pix

Post by Bandgeek2709 » Sat Feb 26, 2005 1:00 pm

Here is my latest setup. I think I like this one the best by far.

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Re: Pix

Post by dixieee » Sat Feb 26, 2005 2:26 pm

nice one:)
hehe i like the basking area..the turtle seems to enjoy it too

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