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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: 72 gallon bowfront tank. 300 watt Hydor theo heater. 2-Eheim 2215 classic external canister filters. Airpod air pump with bubble tube. Current Single Satellite Lighting with lunar lights. A conch shell, few other shells, small coral, sand dollars, Texas Holey Rock. Flower Pots also for hiding.
Advice: Read, Read, Read as much as you can. Ask questions when you don't know.
Fish Kept: 1- Male Yellow Labidochromis (yellow lab) 1- Male Aulonocara Stuartgranti, 1-Male Haplochromis sp.(Flameback) 1-Siamese algae eater,
Corals/Plants: No live plants.
Tank Size: 72 gallons
About Yourself: 36 years old. I work behind a desk everyday with no windows. My fishtank is my joy and addiction...

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I just wanted to add a little more color to it. Yes that is a flower pot. I have had it in there since I started. I have a couple of guys that love to hide in there so I left it in there. fish avatar
Beautiful but i have an objection. This looks like a marine tank and cichlids don't leave in marine biotopes. Quite original i have to say, if that is what you wanted to accomplish, but i always prefer immitating the natural biotopes of the tank's inhabitants. PS Is that a flower pot over there? fish avatar

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