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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 180 Litre 45g tank 3ft long. 2 External Canisters. A MUST 4 cichlids 2 Air pumps. Moonstones - from my local gardening store. Just 29p per kilo. and there is over 45 kg in there. So don't pay the silly prices at your local fish store Sand . 5 kg reef sand. Crushed coral 5kg. The rest plain old WASHED builders sand. Keeps the cost down and adds variety of sizes 2 gaains.
Advice: Experiment with plants and the type of fish u want to keep especially with cichlids. Patience Patience Patience Learn from mistakes, its the best and only way!!!!
Fish Kept: 3 Yellow labs 4 Astatotilapia Callipter 6 Melanochromis johannii 6 Maylandia Callainos 2 common plecs 20+ malaysian trumpet snails 10 apple snails
Corals/Plants: Java moss, Fern moss ricca fluitians. Moss balls used to anchor plants onto rocks. (special ingredinent use fishing line to tie it all in place till roots take hold) Other plants mainly amazon swords, onion plants, bannana plants, java ferns,
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: Rome wasn't built in a day
About Yourself: 21, arch student likes: football. arsenal. usual also have my pet dog COCO. aka "pretty the dog"

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