Malawian African Cichlid tank, Houseing Mbunas, Peacocks, Haps.
Lighting: Kit bought Unknown
Filters: Eheim 2280 proffessional, Pengium 350 Bio wheel.
Heater: Eheim 300w
Decor: Lava Rock, River Stone, Plastic Plants,
Substrate: Carib sea "Aragonite"
Suggestions: Start small!!
Advice: Patience is key to a successfull hobby, wether it be keeping a coin collection or keeping fish. Thats the best advice I think I could over covers all aspects.
6 Pseudo "Kenyi" 2 Males 4 females
6 Pseudo "Red Zebra" 2 males 4 femals
4 Pseudo " ACEI" 2 male 2females
2 Pseudo"Pearl Zebras"
1 Lapidichomis " Yellow Lab"
2 "Electric Blue "Haps" male
1 Aulunocara "Stuartagranti" male
1 large Rhino Pleco
"Greatest risk in life is not taking one"
Besides the obvious of being an Aquarium/Cichlidfinatic, I take pleasure in outdoor sports, hanking out with friends, and partying!!
The pet trade gets a bad rap for exploiting wild animals but sometimes the opposite is true.
Modern advances in technology affect every industry - even the aquarium hobby.
If you are looking for a unique invertebrate to add to your saltwater tank, consider the sea urchin.