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100 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - assorted cichlids

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 100g assorted cichlid tank.. powered by 2 marineland emperor 450 HOB filters and 1 canister filter with fine media... egg crate under florida crushed coral... ~200lbs of lace rock... plasic plants... black backround... a timed homedepot light fixture with two power-glo bulbs...
Advice: have a friend that knows what to do and that will do all of the hard work... lol...
Fish Kept: assorted african peacocks... two king parrot cichlids... assorted mbuna peacocks... a couple of killing fish... a couple of alto. calvus... a couple of syno. multipicactus...
Corals/Plants: plastic and green algae...
Tank Size: 100 gallons

COMMENTS

Nice decor, colorful fish, looks natural. Excellent! Is there room for the fish to swim in the back of the tank? fish avatar
wow awesome! fish avatar
the tank looks great fish avatar

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