Advice:PATIENCE!!!! You cant expect them to grow by overfeeding them, OVERFILTRATE!!!! With African Cichlids you cant get too much filtration!
Description:This has been a long work in progress I raised most of these guys in a 90g and have recently upgraded to this. It took a lot of Time getting the rockwork all to my liking. I will try to keep this updated as I make changes. Thank You for Looking. The tank is 72"x 36"x 27" Tall
Advice:I`m not one to offer advice other than have fun and don`t be afraid to experiment. Some will say you can`t do this or that and these fish can`t be kept together but you can try and perhaps figure out a way they can live peacefully. I`ve done it and I`ve failed but I`ve done it and succeeded too.
About Yourself:Been fish keeping for 5 years. 5 Tanks.
Fish Kept:1 pair of Melanochromis Johanni, 1 pair of Melanochromis Aurauts, 1 Redtop Cobalt Zebra, 1 Red Zebra, 3 small Lomardoi, 1 Cobalt blue Zebra, 2 Caeruleus, 2 Venustus, 1 Crabo, 1 Jacob Friebergi, 1 pair of Jewels, and 2 Frontosa Cichlids. Most inhabitants have been in there for 1 year plus.
Quote:Don't believe everything people tell you, even if they are knowledgeable, take everything with a grain of salt.
About Yourself:I am a 17 year old student who got into this hobby because my dad had a 55 gal for years, and growing up i loved it. After digging through the basement four years ago I found it, set it up and put some sunnies i got from a lake in it, and have been expanding ever since. Before i got my tank i spent at least four or five hours a night for a month researching, and it paid off. Currently have a 125 gallon, a 75 gallon, 2- 55 gallons, a 30 gallon, a 15 gallon, a 10 gallon, and a 5.5 gallon.