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Country: Australia
Description: tank dimensions are 2.5x2x1.5 Trickle system
Advice: Change the water regularly, dont overfeed and enjoy
Fish Kept: 1 Blue Jahani, 2 Electric Yellows, 2 Lupias, 1 breeding pair of Transcriptus with approx 20 babies, 2 (soon to be more) Trophus Bemba, 1 Syondotus Eruptus, 2 Princess Daffodils, 2 Albino Algae Eaters, 1 male Bristle Nose, 1 Red Emperor, 1 unknown nickname is Blue Opaline. Just about all the fish are either babies or Juvies and cant wait till they get bigger and their colors start to show more.
Corals/Plants: mass of Java Moss and 2 Anubias attached to driftwood.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: Whatsup!!!!!!! Jo Jo
About Yourself: Scott and I are avid fish enthusiasts. We have 7 tanks all up. What should be our pride and joy however is still in the process of being repaired. A custom 6x2x2.5 foot tank the support bracing was not strong enough and was bowing out when completely full so at the moment it is half full and not looking good at present. It will be in time where we will keep our cichlids. What started out as a second hand tank given to us 3 years ago has now taken over our life, our home and our wallet. As anyone knows who is addicted.

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