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Photo Caption: Sucessful planted malawian cichlid aquarium. fish include yellow labs, hornets and blue alhi. filtertion provided by a large wet and dry filter.
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Sucessful planted malawian cichlid aquarium. fish include yellow labs, hornets and blue alhi. filtertion provided by a large wet and dry filter.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Sucessful planted malawian cichlid aquarium. fish include yellow labs, hornets and blue alhi. filtertion provided by a large wet and dry filter.
Advice: Water quaity is everything, get that right and you will have a facinating and rewarding hobby
Fish Kept: Yellow labs, hornets, blue alhi and common plecs sucessfully bred the labs, hornets and alhi.
Corals/Plants: broad leaf swords,
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: the trick is to keep water not fish
About Yourself: My passion for fish started at 13 i kept convict cichlids, since then i have kept koi and other pondfish had several community aquariums before getting back into malawian cichlids

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love your rock formations, looks real natrual.great job! fish avatar

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