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Multi-Tank Syndrome - Confessions Of An MTS Sufferer By Littlefish

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As some of you are aware, although I only found the joys of fish keeping in the autumn of 2015, I very soon realised that there was a whole watery world of wonder available to all, and it was not long before I was looking at other tanks, and very soon caved in to multi-tank syndrome.
I have been doing a lot of moving tanks around over the past few months, which has caused my total tank chaos.
Recently I also realised how much I'd given in to my MTS. I have just counted all of my tanks and I'm not sure how I feel about admitting that I have 18 of them.  :o  ???  :-[
Not all of them house fish. Some are for plant storage, snail breeding, growing algae on rocks, or quarantine. Some are still empty but are marked for specific projects.
I am still a long way from finished, but thought that it was time to come clean and admit to my problem.......


My name is Donna, and I'm a fish addict.  :)
Tanks have completely taken over the living/dining room, and have expanded into the hallway and spare bedroom (downstairs).


Over the next few days/weeks, as I work on finishing some of the tanks, I'll be posting pictures as a warning to others of the dangers of MTS.  ;)

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Re: Multi-Tank syndrome - confessions of an MTS sufferer by Littlefish
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2017, 05:17:39 PM »
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*Coughs*  Thank you for sharing, Donna.  My wife and family held an intervention which is why I'm limited to 5 tanks in 9 months.  I've really had to hold back on getting a row of betta aquariums.  And a 100 l tank.  And...  *Sobs*  I need moar fishies!

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« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2017, 05:35:59 PM »
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I read this with pelting heart - honestly - as I thought you were about to say you'd decided to quit cold turkey. What an absolutely massive relief to learn that the MTS is alive and well. I definitely have those tendencies but have not been allowed to give into them, and so can only "contain" them through my "virtual" tanks which I read about on this forum ie yours in particular as well as others'. :)

Keep up the excellent work. :)

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« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2017, 07:15:29 PM »
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It's much easier to admit to this MTS problem amongst a like-minded group.  :)

It's been a busy afternoon of harvesting snails and moving the adults to another tank, as well as clearing out a quarantine tank.

Working clockwise around the living room part 1 of the list is as follows:-
200L/100cm tank containing 2 mudskippers
125L/80cm tank containing tetras, cories and 2 bristlenose plecs
Aqua Oak 150cm tank for axolotls


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« Reply #4 on: April 01, 2017, 07:31:08 PM »
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The 125L tanks was started because my bristlenose was being nipped by penguin tetras in the South American tank. The BEA was having similar trouble in another tank, so they were moved to a 70L tank (it was an emergency, and they were still quite small) until I could get the 125 sorted.
Moving the bristlenose caused the name Harry (Houdini) after the trouble I had catching the swift little fella, and it wasn't until I moved "him" to the 125, and in comparison to Bertie, I realised I had a female, so Harri it is. Probably explains the lack of bother between the two of them.
The tank has been completed with Black neon tetras and lemon tetras, but I had an accident when I went to the independent LFS for the fish, when I spotted the Peru gold stripe cories and just had to have some.
Haari and Bertie have been in the tank for a while, but the others only came out of quarantine yesterday, so today has been the first time I've had any lights on to take pictures.
Everyone is still settling down, so I expect the colours to develop given time. The corys are very bold, and spend a lot of time at the front of the tank in the open, even when Harri is around. Lemon tetras are shoaling more than the black neons, and one of them is not the same colour as the others. Apparently there is a conspecific orange/red colour form, and it seems quite happy shoaling with the others, so as long as it seems happy then it's staying with them.

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« Reply #5 on: April 01, 2017, 07:43:36 PM »
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The axolotls are doing fine together in the tank.
The only problem is that the tank is quite tall, and I have to use a small set of steps to be able to feed the gang their earthworms as I use long forceps to feed them individually to ensure everybody gets their food.
They like their turtle ramp, and I've put a cave underneath, which is very popular.
They do equate any activity around the tank with dinner time, which can make it tricky to take pictures.
The axolotl gang consists of Dafydd (dark wild type), El Bandito (leucistic with dark markings) and Mr Pringles (leucistic, lighter markings), Ben & Jerry (coppers), and Chunky Monkey (wild type).
Yes, I do like ice cream, and Chunky Monkey was my favourite Ben & Jerrys flavour, but they've stopped making it now.  :(

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« Reply #6 on: April 01, 2017, 11:56:17 PM »
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Over the next few days/weeks, as I work on finishing some of the tanks, I'll be posting pictures as a warning to others of the dangers of MTS.  ;)

Or inspiration to others.  Looking forward to more great pics.

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« Reply #7 on: April 02, 2017, 10:06:36 AM »
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@marquismirage I'm sure that you are mainly enjoying it because you can show this to your family as an example of how bad it could be next time they get together for an intervention.  :rotfl:

Things got a little chaotic last night when the 2 mudskippers in the 200L tank had a little fight which actually included physical contact. I was up until nearly midnight cleaning out a spare tank and setting it up to temporarily house a mudskipper so I could split them up. catching them is not easy. Just when you think you have them cornered in the water they jump onto the land and vice versa. It stresses all those involved, but everyone has survived and is ok this morning.
I don't know if I have done the right thing, but I actually removed the more dominant fish from the large tank. It won't be for ever, and as soon as I sort some more tanks out, especially the ones in the spare bedroom, he can be moved to a larger tank again.


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Re: Multi-Tank syndrome - confessions of an MTS sufferer by Littlefish
« Reply #8 on: April 02, 2017, 12:30:53 PM »
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Or inspiration to others.  Looking forward to more great pics.

Agree entirely.  :cheers:

These updates and pics were such an enjoyment to read, even if there was a brawl between the mudskippers late on Sat night - glad you managed to intervene to calm the situation down, LF.  ;D

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« Reply #9 on: April 06, 2017, 10:40:45 PM »
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Just starting to say goodnight to the gang and turn off the tank lights, when I realised that Bertie was at the front of the tank and not rushing away as I approached, which is the usual response. I managed to get the laptop, get back to the tank, and take some close up pictures of him, which is unheard of. The tetras and cories are far less shy.

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« Reply #10 on: April 08, 2017, 09:21:48 AM »
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I had a bit of an accident last night.
Previously I'd been looking for tanks that would fit onto the reinforced book case/cabinet things I'd built to house the Fluval Roma 125s at the bottom. My spare tanks (currently housing separated mudskippers) are 60cm x something over 30cm, and the shelves are around 85cm x 30cm, so I would have had to build deeper shelves, which would stick out a bit, and the tanks wouldn't have been wide enough to take advantage of the 85cm. I thought I'd found some tanks at a store, but then they went out of stock, so the tank moving went on hold for a while.
Last night I had a look on ebay and found tanks that are 80cm x 30cm for 99. The fact that they don't have lids will be a bit of a problem, but they were the exact size I was looking for, so I couldn't resist, and ordered 2. One will be for the betta & friends, the other will be for one of the mudskippers. I'll have to build lids for the tanks, so thinking hats on for that, but I'm sure I can put together something suitable eventually.
So, MTS strikes again.  :-[

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Re: Multi-Tank syndrome - confessions of an MTS sufferer by Littlefish
« Reply #11 on: April 08, 2017, 12:06:07 PM »
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When you said 'accident' I had visions of broken glass, flooded rooms and fish flopping all over the floor  :o ;D



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« Reply #12 on: April 08, 2017, 01:49:16 PM »
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Luckily all of my "accidents" involve shopping rather than anything else.  ;D

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« Reply #13 on: April 08, 2017, 03:40:23 PM »
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I wish I could accidently go out for a pint of milk and get a new fish tank, lol.

PS. Keep the pics coming, loving them!

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« Reply #14 on: April 08, 2017, 04:09:37 PM »
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Absolutely loving not only the pics but reading of your latest MTS "escapades".

I used to have a Clearseal aquarium which had one of these lids - http://www.aquarium-supplies.co.uk/hoods.htm - and perfect for fitting a Fishmate auto-feeder on the in-built condensation tray in it. To my knowledge, it's no longer possible to buy these lids anywhere but they may give you inspiration for making your own.

I recently bought a new lid/hood for my fishtank when the lighting unit failed, so you may find that various brands of fishtanks of the same dimensions as your new one do sell stand-alone lids which would fit your new tanks.

This thread is just wonderful, something many of us aspire to, I'm sure.  ;D

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« Reply #15 on: April 11, 2017, 07:08:39 PM »
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mmm - would that be the sort of 'accident' that involves a glass of wine or two??? eh? eh?

I know better than to go near ebay or anything similar after a glass or two. There're only so many guitars a man can have, after all.

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« Reply #16 on: April 11, 2017, 08:51:56 PM »
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Oh Colin, if only I could blame it on a couple of glasses of wine, but no. I've actually been looking for some tanks that are exactly 80cm x 30cm for a while, so I wouldn't have to put larger shelves on the reinforced unit to hold larger tanks.

You'd be amazed at how many of those sorts of accidents I can have stone cold sober.  ::)

Unfortunately I've had a call from the seller this evening to inform me that the couriers have told him that the tanks have been damaged in transit. The seller was very apologetic and offered to send me some larger tanks as replacements, but I said that I was happy to wait for another delivery of the tanks I ordered because I wanted that particular size. Nice of them to phone to apologise and offer rapid replacements, bless them.

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« Reply #17 on: April 23, 2017, 11:04:43 AM »
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Next update......I got another 2 tanks delivered yesterday.
So, still working clockwise around the living room, after the mudskipper tank (now divided and housing 2 fish), the 125L built into the tv stand, and the large axolotl tank, the following tanks are:-
Picture 1
70L tank housing another mudskipper
70L tank housing quarantined axolotl with leg injury
Aqua Oak 150cm destined to become a river tank (eventually)
24L tank on windowsill for breeding pest snails for the dwarf puffers
19L tank for growing algae on rocks for the bristlenose plecs
Picture 2
125L tank with silver hatchets, glass bloodfin tetras, penguin tetras, and amano shrimp
New 80cm tank for upgrading the betta and penguin cories (plan to increase panda numbers and eventually get some otocinclus for that tank as well)
125L tank with temperate fish including platies, danios, WCMM, peppered cories, and amano shrimp
New 80cm tank, haven't decided what it is for yet.
70L tank under dining table contains 4th mudskipper
50L tank on dining table contains the betta and pandas. It also has a healthy growth of algae on the glass, so I can use it as a quarantine tank for the otocinclus and extra pandas

The final tank in the room is the dwarf puffer tank. I'll provide more pics when I've set up the new tanks, cleared some of the quarantine tanks off the floor, and hopefully managed to take some control of my living space.  :-[  ::)  ;D

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« Reply #18 on: April 23, 2017, 06:56:40 PM »
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I'm so having tank envy right now. :D  You keep everything so lovely and neat too.

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« Reply #19 on: April 23, 2017, 07:11:32 PM »
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And you have room for ordinary furniture. But I suppose you do need somewhere to sit to admire all your tanks and fish etc  ;D

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« Reply #20 on: April 23, 2017, 07:59:35 PM »
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@marquismirage I'm not sure having tanks on the dining table and on the floor can be classed as neat, but hopefully things will start getting back to normal soon. I have a week off work coming up and I'll be spending most of that time moving the betta and pandas into one of the new tanks, and possibly even the other 2 mudskippers into the other 200L that will be in the spare room.

@Sue the armchair is the perfect place to be able to see most tanks at the moment, and it will be great when I move the betta to his new tank (next to the chair) as this was where he was when he was in a smaller tank, and he would usually come to that end of the tank to hang around, even if I was just watching tv. I also enjoy having a tank under the tv, and spend more time listening to the tv and watching the tank than actually watching the tv. The mudskippers are so entertaining too, they are such funny little characters.

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« Reply #21 on: August 16, 2017, 10:18:54 AM »
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I'd forgotten about this thread until I was looking for somewhere to post a pic of some baby BNs.

Well, I managed to tidy some of the quarantine tanks away a while ago. The axolotl with the sore leg recovered and went back into the main tank. The other 2 mudskippers were given a divided tank in the spare bedroom. The betta on the dining table went into the new tank near the window, so for a brief period of time the floor and table were clear.
Then it all kicked off again when I had to strip the bristlenose & tetra tank under the tv to remove the babies and spilt up the BNs before they produced yet another batch of eggs, whilst the other quarantine tanks went back onto the table to house a group of gobies purchased for the river tank, and one of the algae tanks had to quickly be re-purposed when I realised I had 3 babies in a waste bucket after cleaning the dwarf puffer tank.
It is absolute chaos here, but I had to spend some time sitting on the floor, watching the baby BNs feeding on algae wafers.

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« Reply #22 on: September 13, 2017, 12:28:56 PM »
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Just a quick update on the multi-tank syndrone and total tank chaos.

I'm slowly getting things back to normal and getting the spare/quarantine tanks out of the living room.

The tank under the tv now houses Bertie the yellow BN (aka daddy fish), the lemon tetras and the glass bloodfin tetras. Eventually the peru gold stripe cories will also go into that tank, but for now they are in a separate tank while I have a think about whether I want to try breeding them.

The black neon tetras and Harri BN (aka mummy fish) have been moved out of the quarantine tank that holds the baby BNs, and into the tank with the silver hatchets and a few penguin tetras. They were only moved this morning, so I'll post pics when everyone has settled.

The quarantine tank now houses only the baby BNs, which I plan to grow on until I can take them to MA. There has been what I thought was quite a high mortality rate with the baby BNs, and I was getting concerned. Water parameters were all good and I couldn't work out what I was doing wrong. After looking at a few sites on the internet, I have come to the conclusion that I'm probably not doing anything too wrong, as the sites say that it is not uncommon for 10 babies to survive out of a batch of 100 eggs.

The 2 mudskippers from the tank in the spare bedroom have been moved to a tank in the living room.

The other tanks are doing fine, and I have found that the fish in the river tank are very fond of courgette.  :)

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« Reply #23 on: September 13, 2017, 06:15:13 PM »
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Nice update Littlefish and good to hear everyone is doing well.  I'm sure you will have more breeding very soon even if you didn't mean there to be. I'm sure you must have Margin Gaye on loop in the background permanently!!

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« Reply #24 on: September 13, 2017, 09:06:00 PM »
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I always enjoy seeing your tanks.  :)  I'm getting a bit of mts envy at the moment as the more I look the more fish I want.  My wife has flat out refused to turn the house into a fish room.  Boo!

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« Reply #25 on: September 13, 2017, 10:06:47 PM »
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I'm still at the point that the more fish I see, the more fish I want.  ::)
I'm trying to keep myself under control by concentrating on getting all the tanks in the living room in the right place and removing all the quarantine/spare tanks.  :)

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« Reply #26 on: September 14, 2017, 11:23:45 AM »
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Bertie has settled quite well in the replanted tank.
He had the company of the lemon tetras previously, and the glass bloodfin tetras were moved from another tank. I don't know why, but the bloodfins seem more settled in this tank, are mixing with the lemons, and spending pretty much all of their time out and about at the front of the tank rather than staying quite close to the plants.

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« Reply #27 on: September 14, 2017, 11:28:02 AM »
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It is courgette for lunch in the baby BN tank.
They have the tank to themselves now that Harri BN and the gold stripe cories were moved yesterday.
Apologies for the amount of fish poop in the pics, you'd never believe that all the decor was moved and the whole of the substrate syphoned just yesterday. The amount of waste these little ones can produce in a 24 hour period never ceases to amaze me.

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« Reply #28 on: September 14, 2017, 11:34:38 AM »
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It's not easy to get pics of the mudskippers. Firstly the inside of the front glass has to be wiped to remove the condensation, then part of the lid left off to avoid further condensation. This does not make them overly happy.
Then there is the prospect of me sitting in front of the tank with the tablet.  :yikes:
The two that have always been in the living room always hide, and one of them has shown his displeasure by not only hiding between the filter and the heater, but also slightly raising his fin. Time to leave him alone.
The two that were moved yesterday seem to be fine. The one fella is still spending a lot of time in his cork bark tunnel, but the other one (more submissive, always hiding in an ornament in the water, possibly female?) has settled quickly, moved out of the water and spends a lot of time not quite hiding.
I'm hoping that these two will settle and become more sociable, as there is a lot more movement/interaction in the living room than there was in the spare room.  :)

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« Reply #29 on: September 14, 2017, 11:40:41 AM »
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The black neon tetras are still settling, as is Harri (mummy BN). All have eaten, but still seem a little nervous, and are spending time close to the plants.
Hope they feel more comfortable soon.

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« Reply #30 on: September 15, 2017, 06:49:08 AM »
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PIctures!!!!

Nice update Littlefish, great to see how your... collection... Is is coming together  :)

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