Photo #2 - My First Attempt At Several Things...a Custom Mad...

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Photo Caption: My first attempt at several things...A custom made background, live plants, and African cichlids (demasoni,yellow labs, red zebras, and cobalt blues)...Not a single plant lost or even a demasoni lost. Granted I do need a better camera.
freshwater fish - pseudotropheus demasoni - demasoni cichlid stocking in 55 gallons tank - One of my Demasoni. I call him Bull, being a fan of Night Court, plus he is the biggest male demasoni in the tank.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first attempt at several things...A custom made background, live plants, and African cichlids (demasoni,yellow labs, red zebras, and cobalt blues)...Not a single plant lost or even a demasoni lost. Granted I do need a better camera.

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: Custom Made Background
Advice: Study up first before you start into your aquarium. It takes time to do it right. But the rewards are well worth the time spent.
Fish Kept: Demasoni, Red Zebra, Cobalt Blue, Electric Yellow Labs
Corals/Plants: Various Anubias, Corkscrew Val, Red Melon Sword, and Java ferns
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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