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Photo Caption: My Pseudotropheus flavus and Pseudotropheus zebra.
freshwater fish - pseudotropheus flavus - dinghani stocking in 70 gallons tank - My Pseudotropheus flavus and Pseudotropheus zebra.

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: The tank is a 70 gallon bow front corner tank. It has a coral life light fixture, a fluval fx5 canister filter, ocean sand substrate with crushed coral, a fluval heating element and temperature gauge, and various lava rocks.
Advice: Always research what you want to do and what you want to get. I might be the only one who says this but never under estimate the value of hair algae.
Fish Kept: Pseudotropheus acei, Labidochromis hongi, Pseudotropheus flavus, Jewel cichlid, Labidochromis caerules, Pseudotropheus crabro, Iodotropheus sprengerae, Pseudotrophus polit, Pseudotropheus zebra, Melanochromis johanni, Botia dario
Corals/Plants: No plants
Tank Size: 70 gallons
Quote: I had a friend who wanted a pirahna until I told him my wolffish ate mine.
About Yourself: My dad had fish tanks when I was a kid, but didn't really get into them until a friend of mine showed me his cichlid tank. Had various fish. Mostly wolffish. Now African cichlids.

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