I'm never touching damsels again. Many are nasty little fish that cause all sorts of havoc in a tank and are darn near impossible to catch and remove without emptying out everything.
I just moved and had to tear down and set back up my tanks so not all photos are accurate yet but here is mine:
40g long native fish tank with bluntnose minnow school and green sunfishhttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...g/DSC00458.jpg
Doubled the limestone rock since then.
90g freshwater community with the evening sunset bulbs on. Also runs (4) 65w sunlight bulbs during most of the day and (2) 40w actinic moonlight bulbs after the (2) 40w red sunset bulbs.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...g/P1010010.jpg
Old 55g community setup that was starting to look like an overgrown jungle. I don't have any pics on the new setup yet.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...h/P1010263.jpg
10g blue ram breeding tank the first day it was setup before tripling the plants and adding the rams. I can't find the more recent pictures on that
29g brackish with bumblebee gobieshttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...Picture004.jpg
Early pic of the 20g long saltwater nano.http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...k/P1010058.jpg
It's had 3 filter upgrades and 2 new aquascapes since then and now houses a watchman goby.
Missing pics on my 29g tree frog tank that's in process and my 20g long for breeding Panaque maccus (clown pleco) and Pseudosphromenus dayi (small labyrinth fish species).
I now have an entire finished basement to devote to a fish room so I don't have to scatter them around the house.