Photo #1 - Very Young Tropheus-duboisi African Cichlid

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Country: Canada
Description: tank size is 18x36x18, filter used is a aquaclear 110, 200w heater, co2 injecter, lighting is a glo fixture with 2 39w t5 bulbs
Advice: IF YOU DON'T LOVE IT, DON"T DO IT
Fish Kept: 1- maingano island johanni (african cichlid) 1- tropheus duboisi (african cichlid) 2- uc-10 (african cichlid) 1- yellow lab (african cichlid) 3- rainbow sharks
Corals/Plants: 2- limnophila sessiliflora 2- cryptocoryne x willisii 2- echinodorus bleheri (paniculatus) and a few other ones I don't have the names of
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: happiness is like a fish you can't catch!!!
About Yourself: I am an electician and am married with two kids. When I was 22 years old I had a 33 gallon tank with 1 oscar and 1 texes cichlid. I loved the hobby but I had to sell the tank due to a move long distance.About a year aqo I decided to take it back up and I will NEVER be without a tank from here on in.

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