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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - New Design for my 55 Gallons African Cichlid tank...

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Country: Canada
Description: 55 Gal, Cichlids, 2 tube GloMat (2x30w Aquaglow), 115 lbs of Limestone brought back from Kabir Kouba Fall (Quebec), 2 fake plant, gravel substrate (2 size mix), Fluval 404 filter.
Advice: READ, READ, READ... But not only on the internet, buy some good books....
Fish Kept: 3 Labidochromis caeruleus (1 male, 2 female), 1 Bleu elctric Johanni (unknown gender), 1 Maylandia callainos (unknown gender male I think), 2 Neolamprologus gracilis (unknown gender), 1 Yello top Zebra (Male), 1 Crabro (unknown gender), 1 Venustus (unknown gender), 1 Aulonocara "something" (female)
Corals/Plants: Fake 1 plant (changed setting photo comming soon...
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "Ha la pouasse !! J'avais un mois a tirer, et la quille ! Et je vais crever sur s'cailloux !! " Hudson

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ONE OF THE BEST LOOKING TANKS IVE SEEN , GOOD JOB fish avatar

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