Photo #1 - Random2 - Venustus Cichlid, Red Zebra Cichlid, Re...

Submitted:
Photo Caption: Random2
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Random2
fish tank picture - Ramdom

Rank Info

Ranked #770 out of 5124 freshwater tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 84.97% of pictures in this category
10 1
The Average Score for this picture is: 4.95
This picture has been rated : 63 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 4.58

More Info

State: None/Other
Country: Australia
Description: 125 g mixed african cichlid tank, 2217 eheim filter, 2700 Nautilus filter UV. Several Mabuna ( crabro, acei, Hongi, zebras, arautus and maingano). Haps yellows, venustus, red fin borleyi, electric blues and red empress) alunocara (lemon jake). Non african ( chinese algea eaters which have grown to 4 inches in 2 year, 2 clown loaches which are 5 inches big in 2 years a rescue Congo tetra with has survived 3 years without any problems, 2 petricola and 2 upside cat fish which have all survived over to years. And finally 2 common bristnoses and a Golden honey pleco that have been in my take for 3 years. Blue red and white LED lighting 8 he a day feed hakari floating big balls and sinking small balls. 1 in the morning but limited to not over feed.
Advice: Ask heaps of questions and take your time.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Fist will be fish
About Yourself: Part time hobbiest

COMMENTS

There are no comments on this photo yet.

MOST RECENT ARTICLES

The Ideal Tank Setup for Oscars
THE IDEAL TANK SETUP FOR OSCARS
Oscars are a type of cichlid and they are a very amusing species of freshwater fish to keep in the home aquarium.
Why Do Fish Disappear from the Saltwater Tank?
WHY DO FISH DISAPPEAR FROM THE SALTWATER TANK?
There is nothing as heart-breaking as losing a fish but it can be even more devastating when the fish simply disappears.
The Oldest Aquarium Fish
THE OLDEST AQUARIUM FISH
Some fish are simply going to live longer than others, but what species have the longest lifespans?

READ AQUARIUM ARTICLES