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Photo Caption: 140 g Malawi tank with a small clean up crew consisting of 4clown loaches,1chinese algae eater and 1bristlenose pleco.
140 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 140 g Malawi tank with a small clean up crew consisting of 4clown loaches,1chinese algae eater and 1bristlenose pleco.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Texas holey rock from a stone yard, 2 Rena Filstar xp3 filters, pool sand,fake plants from Michael's,no heater this is Texas,2 bubble curtains.
Advice: live and learn...overfilter...less sunlight=less algae never really had any, WATERCHANGES!!!Good Luck
Fish Kept: Assorted and abundant African Cichlid's
Corals/Plants: fake
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Quote: it is what it is

COMMENTS

Love it. Just watch the clown loaches and cichlids combination...eventually there may be some bloodshed. But I do like the rocks/plants balance, very natural looking. fish avatar

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