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25 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My african tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: My first tank, containing tanganikan cichlids. I use the standard jewel lighting and filtration but I will connect a fluval 104 external when I go to university to reduce maintenance for my mum.
Advice: Take your time and always start with the hardiest and least aggressive fish.
Fish Kept: 2 Neolamprologus Cylindricus. 2 Altolamprologus Compressiceps, very young. 3 Neolamprologus Brichardi, 1 male 2 female. 4 Syno Petricola. 2 young Tropheus Dubosi Adult pair of Altolamprologus Calvus (my pride,hehe) 6 Youngish neo. Ocellatus (love these lil guys) 3 neo. leleupi 1 Neo. Buescheri of yer and a gold gourami that survived the transfer from comunity to african, bless him!
Corals/Plants: one massive java fern, few small grass cut offs for the shell dweller area.
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: Fish are friends not food
About Yourself: I work at the japanese koi company part time but am leaving soon as im off to university. I keep lots of other animals including snakes and lizards, looking forward to when i have more money and can buy a massive tank for when my fish are adults, and maybe add a few more :-)

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