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Photo Caption: 125 g Mbuna/Peacock Set up Filters: Eheim 2280 canister, Emper 400 Power heads: 2 Aquar clear 700's Heaters: 2 Eheim 250w heaters Decorations: Lava rock, River Rock, Slate, Driftwood, Fake plants Substrate: Cichlid mix sand Fish: Yet to be inhabited ( 3 Aulunocara Steveni, Lemon Jake, 6 Yellow labs, 4 Cyno Afras "white Tops" 6 Saulosi, 5 1 Onixparinx "Electric Blue" Hap Alhi, Sunshine Peacock, Gold Peacock, 3 Red empress, and one Ruben red
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125 g Mbuna/Peacock Set up Filters: Eheim 2280 canister, Emper 400 Power heads: 2 Aquar clear 700's Heaters: 2 Eheim 250w heaters Decorations: Lava rock, River Rock, Slate, Driftwood, Fake plants Substrate: Cichlid mix sand Fish: Yet to be inhabited ( 3 Aulunocara Steveni, Lemon Jake, 6 Yellow labs, 4 Cyno Afras "white Tops" 6 Saulosi, 5 1 Onixparinx "Electric Blue" Hap Alhi, Sunshine Peacock, Gold Peacock, 3 Red empress, and one Ruben red
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90 gallon Malawi cichlid set up

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Country: Canada
Description: Malawian African Cichlid tank, Houseing Mbunas, Peacocks, Haps. Dimensions: (48x18x24) 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: 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.
Fish Kept: 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
Corals/Plants: Plastic plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: "Greatest risk in life is not taking one"
About Yourself: Besides the obvious of being an Aquarium/Cichlidfinatic, I take pleasure in outdoor sports, hanking out with friends, and partying!!

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Tank Size is actually "125g" not 90 as its listed I can't seem to change it thanks fish avatar

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