Photo #2 - Our Crew - 1 Tiger Oscar 2 Peacocks 2 Blood Par...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: first time with cichlid tank. wanted salt water look, without jumping into salt water hassle. 60X22X18 (100 gal) custom stand extension for heigth. 2-24in power glo lights, fluval 405 canister filtration. crushed coral bottom, natural coral decroation, fake plants. two holey rocks.
Advice: don't always believe what everyone tells you
Fish Kept: 1 tiger oscar 2 peacocks 2 blood parrot cichlids 2 kribensis 1 yellow lab 2 freshwater flounders 1 green spotted puffer 1 jack dempsey 1 green terror 1 kennyi 1 pleco 1 brichardi 1 black convict 1 pink convict 1 african butterfly
Corals/Plants: barnicles and natural coral
Tank Size: 100 gallons
About Yourself: my husband and i love our new found hobby, but find ourselves spending way too much money on it :)

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GOOD LOOKING TANK, CREATIVE IDEA. Not a good mix of fish. Will work well for a while. Fish small. These fish will not continue to be peacful as they grow. The oscar alone will grow to 12" in this tank. If convicts mate they will become nasty. overall nasty bunch of fish. Parrots will have no chance, Kribs next. These fish will also dig in substrate and pull plants and decor apart as they grow. They tend to redecorate tanks to their liking. fish avatar

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