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Photo Caption: 55 gallon tank with 12 African cichlids and 1 African catfish
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon tank with 12 African cichlids and 1 African catfish

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Filters: Penguin 350 and Aquatech 40-60 , Marineland Powerhead 550 with sponge filter , 2 x 18'' GE Aqua Rays light , 24'' Odyssea Moonlight strip , Whisper 30-60 Air Pump with 18" bubble wand , 50lbs sand substrate , 65+lbs of limestone rock
Advice: Research prior to buying any fish and research the fish you want to buy for your new tank. A big part of being a fish hobbyist is learning by trial and error. Good filtration and water changes are key to having a nice tank.
Fish Kept: 2 Red Top Zebra, 2 Hongi, 2 Demasoni, 1 Yellow Lab, 1 Tropheop chilumba, 1 Red Zebra, 1 Acei, 1 Kenyi hybrid, 1 Msobo, 1 Synodontis eupterus (African catfish)
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: I love fish and find them to be very theraputic. Watching my fish tank is very calming and I love working on it as well. I have another 29 gallon tank that is currently being cycled for my holding hongi.

COMMENTS

Thanks :) It took about 2 full weeks to set up but that was only because I used some substrate and water from my other tank to speed up the cycle. fish avatar
Very nice set up with the rock. How long did it take you to set up the tank? fish avatar

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