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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 240 gallon acrylic tank with built-in dual overflows at each end. 30 gallon sump with wet/dry bio trickle filtration. Return powered by Intex above ground pool pump/filter sitting in the sump.
Advice: Play hard
Fish Kept: African Cichlids - 2 Auratus, 2 Red Zebras, 1 Albino Zebra, 1 Powder Blue Zebra, 1 Kenyi Hybrid, 1 Socolofi, 2 Unknown Mbuna (brown with orange fins). Other - 2 Pictus Catfish, 2 Red Belly Pacu
Corals/Plants: Unknown grass plants
Tank Size: 225 gallons
Quote: That's jackassery!
About Yourself: Retired U.S. Marine/Iraq Vet trying to stay busy :)

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