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Country: Australia
Description: My first cichlid tank setup. Appox 4ft, 150L. -Precision SR 7500 Aquarium Air filter -Unistar Internal Power Filter 300-3L -Ototto Power Filter 600N 220-240V 50-50hz 8W -Vitapet Automatic Aquairum Heater. -Normal desk light
Advice: Dont Start a cichlid tank without ALOT of Research!!
Fish Kept: Previous tank: Gouramis and a school of rummy nose tetra. Current Tank: 1 Female Hybrid (Possibly Synspilum/blackbelt) (i then addded:) 1 male Synspilum These two bonded.... 1 Purple flamed Flowerhorn 1 Pleco (i think its a Chocolate Pleco)
Corals/Plants: Plastic due to Cichlids!!
Tank Size: 39 gallons
About Yourself: First time serious tank setup Need lots of advice and help. i bought my tank from a garage sale for a bargain. have always been interested in tanks as my mother had alot of tropical ones. thought id give it a go. had my tank setup for 6 months with just the Hybrid then wanted to add more, that when it got tricky :D would love to meet people with lots of knowledge and advice that are willing to help a very new hobbist!!

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