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Photo Caption: New tank,set up after a few years off from the hobby.
210 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - New tank,set up after a few years off from the hobby.

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: Main tank is a 210 mixed Lake Malawi all male tank. At least that is what I am setting as a goal. I have some Mbuna, but trying to concentrate on haps and peacocks. I like live plants, but the cichlids like them more. I may have to switch over to artificial. I have Enheim 300w heaters, FX6 and Cascade canister filters. Sicce wavemakers, lots of coral rock, river rock, granite, mopini wood and cholla.
Advice: Take your time,Read a lot about what you might want for a tankEveryone thinks they have all the answers, ultimately it is your decisionPrepare a plan for how you will re-home unintended offspring and females, if you are doing an all male tank
Corals/Plants: Anubis, different types, all getting eaten
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: What goes around, comes around
About Yourself: Retired a few years ago and this is a great hobby to keep me busy. Doing it for fun. Want to do it right, but trying to stay loose.

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