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Photo Caption: Cichlid tank. Malawi Haps, peacocks and 5 mbuna. I also have Tangs and Vics. Featherfin and spotted Raphael catfish.
184 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Cichlid tank. Malawi Haps, peacocks and 5 mbuna. I also have Tangs and Vics. Featherfin and spotted Raphael catfish.
freshwater fish - tropheus moorii ilangi - ilangi stocking in 184 gallons tank - WC Tropheus Ilangi

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: Puka shell substrate.
Advice: Find your own recipe.
Fish Kept: Tropheus Cichlids, Benga Peacocks, Jack Dempsey, Sulphur Head Peacock, Eureka Red peacock, Ruby Red peacocks, Frontosa Cichlid, Afra Cichlid, Venustus Cichlid, Auratus Cichlid, Thick Skins, Taiwan Reef, Chinese Algae Eater, Firemouth Cichlid, Featherfin catfish, Eastern Happy, Daffodils, Leleupis, Cylindricus, Red flanks, Yellow Belly Albert, Ngara peacock, OB Peacock, Acei, Albino Red Top, Red fin Borleyi, Yellow Blaze hap, Electric blue Johanni, Golden Kazumba, Black Calvus, Red Top Zebra, Bristlenose pleco, Blueberry OB Zebra
Corals/Plants: Fakes
Tank Size: 184 gallons
Quote: "I hope nobody\\\'s dead when I turn the lights on" Me

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