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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Malawi tank with a DIY Background with crushed coral sand and ocean rock. An Allpondsolutions 2000+ external filter with built in UV system, 300w heater and 2 T5 lights.
Advice: Sometimes you get to caught up in trying to get it right, just sit back and enjoy your tank.
Fish Kept: Yellow labs, mixed blue mbuna, Synodontis Catfish, Bristle-nose Catfish
Corals/Plants: N/ A
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I have been keeping fish for years, I started with a tropical tank with the usual suspects including Neons, Guppies etc ... since then I've had an American cichlid tank, and a planted tank for Discus. I now have a Malawi setup and it's lead me to experiment with DIY Backgrounds, I would recommend trying this for yourself.

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