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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: 75 Gal African Cichlid Tank Setup: Lighting: 1) Compact 48" fixture 1) 48" Marine-Glo 50/50 Light 1) 48" Marine-Glo Actinic 420 Light 2) LED Moon Lights Background: Oceanvisions Self-Adhesive Blue Background. Filters: 1) Cascade 1500 Canister Filter (350GPH). 1) Cascade 300 Filter (300GPH). 1) Marineland Emperor 400 Filter (400GPH). Heater: 2) Marineland 200 Watt Heaters Thermometer: 2) Coralife DIgital Thermometers Powerheads: 1) AquaClear 70 (400GPH) 1) AquaClear 30 (175GPH) 1) AquaClear 20 (126GPH) Rock: Limestone with Fossils (60LBS) Texas Holy Rock (10LBS) Substrate: Seachem Gray Coast 10Kg Calcite (90LBS) UV Sterilizer: TURBO-TWIST 3X Compact 9 Watt unit (200GPH).
Advice: Take your time and sit back an enjoy. I am still learning alot. It's never ending. I welcome all comments. Also, just keep at it and always remember the basics and water changes
Fish Kept: 12) African Cichlids 3) Tiger Barbs (will be moved later) 2) Raphel Catfish 1) Spotted 1) Striped
Corals/Plants: All fake eaiser to clean and keep
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Had a small 10 Gal tank when I was 9. Now just got back into it as a Hobby 8 months ago. This tank is 3 months worth of thinking and planing.

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