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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 40 Gallon All Glass Aquarium tank. AquaClear 110 filter, 150W submersible heater. I make my own bone charcoal bag for filter. Two pounds of charcoal in a 110 AquaClear filter. Charcoal is rinsed once a month and changed every two months. Lighting is a standard All Glass florescent light and I have Miraclebeam Hi-Lites blue/green for a moonlight effect. PH is 8.
Advice: Stick to what works!
Fish Kept: African Cichlids, 3 Eletric Yellow Labidochromis, 3 Neon Blue Six Stripe Frontosa, 2 OB Peacocks, 2 Melanochromis Johanniis, 1 Tangerine Peacock, 1 Strawberry Peacock, 1 Midnight Peacock, 1 Red Shoulder Peacock, 1 Red Sided Peacock (He's the boss!), 1 Sliver Scat, 1 Dimidiochromis Compressiceps, 1 Haplocromis Moori, 1 Zebra Obliquidens, 1 Zebra Cherry Red, 1 Pseudotropheus Socolofi Albino, 1 Kiriza Tropheus.
Corals/Plants: Dolomite white gravel. Tufa rocks, plastic rock deco and silk/plastic plants.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
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