Photo #1 - My 55gal Assorted Malawi/tanganyika Cichlid Tank....

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Photo Caption: My 55gal assorted Malawi/Tanganyika cichlid tank. Malawi fish include a yellow lab, demasoni, hap compressiceps(eye biter), hap moorii(blue dolphin), peacock hybrid and Synodontis catfish. Tanganyika fish include a golden juli and a calvus. Also Raphael Catfish, 2 plecos, clown loach, 2 danias, and some botias.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 55gal assorted Malawi/Tanganyika cichlid tank. Malawi fish include a yellow lab, demasoni, hap compressiceps(eye biter), hap moorii(blue dolphin), peacock hybrid and Synodontis catfish. Tanganyika fish include a golden juli and a calvus. Also Raphael Catfish, 2 plecos, clown loach, 2 danias, and some botias.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 55gal assorted Malawi cichlid tank. Also 2 plecos, 2 danias, and botia.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55gal. and 75 gal. Assorted Malawi Cichlid tanks
Advice: Do your homework! Ask around, read books, and look online for advice.
Fish Kept: Assorted cichlids.
Corals/Plants: Fake plants, custom designed rocks, and slate.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: Started my first cichlid tank 14 years ago. Have always had 55 gal tanks. Thinking of switching to my 75 and getting a 125-150 for my breeding Frontosas. Stay tuned for pics!

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