Photo #2 - This Is My 7" Melanochromis Auratus He Is Th...

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Photo Caption: this is my 7" Melanochromis auratus he is the king of the tank, but pretty mild for his species
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 GALLON MBUNA TANK
freshwater fish - melanochromis auratus - auratus cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - this is my 7" Melanochromis auratus he is the king of the tank, but pretty mild for his species

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: DIMENSIONS: 48"x18"x21" LIGHTING: 48" LIGHT WITH 2 5500K FULL SPECTRUM BULBS FILTRATION: MAGNUM 350 CANISTER/AQUA CLEAR 110 SUBSTRATE: POOL FILTER SAND PLANTS: ALL FAKE
Advice: WHEN IT COMES TO TANK SIZE, BIGGER IS MOST DEFINATELY BETTER!
Fish Kept: CURRENT: BREEDING TRIO YELLOW TAIL ACEI, 2 M MAINGANO, 2 M ELECTRIC YELLOW LABS, 2 M AFRA LAPINGU, ELECTRIC BLUE JOHANNI FUTURE: RED ZEBRA, RED TOP ZEBRA, RUSTY CICHLID, AFRA COBUE, SYNODONTIS CATS
Corals/Plants: PLANTS: ALL FAKE
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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