Photo #1 - 75 Gallon African Cichlid Aquarium

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State: Idaho
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon Glass Aquarium (48 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 21 3/8), 80 pounds of African Cichlid Sand (Black and White), 94 pounds of lace rock, Regular Florecent Strip light, Two small airstones, Fluval 405 Canister Filter, Stealth 250 watt Heater, Tank kept at 80 degrees, Custom built stand and canopy made of yellow birch, Black Background saving up for an Aquaterra.
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Fish Kept: Slowly adding but this is what i got: Male Labidochromis caeruleus"Electric Yellow Cichlid", Pair of Protomelas sp. steveni “Taiwan reef”, Iodotropheus sprengerae"Rusty", Pair of Pseudotropheus sp"Elongatus Chailosi", Pair of Haplochromis sp"Ruby Green", Pair of Neolamprologus tretocephalus "Five Bar", Pair of Nimbochromis venustus, Male Xystichromis phytophagus "Christmas Fulu", Male Pundamilia nyererei "Mwanza red", Pair of Aulonocara "German Red " and two Ancistrus temminckii"Bristle nose pleco"
Corals/Plants: 94 pounds of Lace Rock, Plastic Green Plants 14"
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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