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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Pseudotropheus Saulosi, dominant male completed the color change with several other males right behind him. A few clown lab and BN pleco to keep them company. Algae covered lime stone and African roots give them plenty of places to hide.
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Photo Caption: Pseudotropheus Saulosi, dominant male completed the color change with several other males right behind him. A few clown lab and BN pleco to keep them company. Algae covered lime stone and African roots give them plenty of places to hide.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Pseudotropheus Saulosi, dominant male completed the color change with several other males right behind him. A few clown lab and BN pleco to keep them company. Algae covered lime stone and African roots give them plenty of places to hide.

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal leds Pseudotropheus saulosi Clown lab
Advice: read the forums
Fish Kept: Pseudotropheus Saulosi 32 Clown labs 7 BN Pleco 7
Corals/Plants: plastic plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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Thanks for commenting on my background. Your set-up is awesome also. I'm a big fan of cichlids. fish avatar

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