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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: MORE PICTURES COMING!!! Mostly African- 55 Gallon With 11 Africans, mostly Mbuna Lake Malawi...3 Black Skirt and 3 Serpae tetras...One Pleco, and one Pictus Cat. Lace rock, lava rock, fake plants and blue gravel. Aqua Glo lighting.... My first tank....
Advice: When you want a nice, beautiful tank with healthy fish you'll have to love fish. Otherwise it's just a waste of time and money. Keeping tropical fish is a passion, not a hobbey.
Fish Kept: 1 Melanochromis johannii 1 Labidochromis caeruleus 1 Melanochromis auratus 1 Metriaclima estherae 1 Hemichromis bimaculatus 1 Metriaclima estherae 1 Sciaenochromis ahli 1 Pseudotropheus lombardoi 1 Pseudotropheus aurora 1 Pseudotropheus Elongatus Greenback 1 Pseudotropheus socolofi (albino) 1 Hemichromis bimaculatus 3 Serpae Tetras 3 Black Skirt Tetras 1 Plecostomus 1 Pictus Catfish
Corals/Plants: Fake Plastic Plants, Lace Rock, Lava Rock Blue waves background
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: live life like today is your last
About Yourself: I love fish

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