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!!
If you are looking for a unique invertebrate to add to your saltwater tank, consider the sea urchin.
The key to maintaining a healthy saltwater aquarium is to strike the right balance in the salinity of your tank water.
Also known as oto cats, otocinclus catfish are some of the smallest aquarium fish out there and also some of the best algae eaters.