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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 55gal, natural daylight twin 48" bulbs,385gph sun sun 3 stage can filter with 9w uv light,aqua culture 20-60 gal pump for air,300w hydor theo heater,8 plug digital timer surge protector(4 cont,2day/2night),18" bubblestrip,florida crushed coral mixed with carribbean puka shell in bags in filter for ph,black tahitian moon sand for substrate,driftwood,randon river rocks,regent 300gph powerhead for current,blue spot light for lunar.
Advice: a couple of things ive learned is to have patiance and keep it simple,i started with all kinds of different water conditioners and things and soon come to realize that as long as you have great filtration you dont really have to do much,limited water changes and occasionally test water just for piece of mind
Fish Kept: 3 kenyi's(1 male & 2 females),4 bumblebee chichlids (1 male & 3 females),7 red zebra cichlids (2 males & 5 females),mating pair powder blue socolofi's (1 & 1),4 yellow labs (1 male & 3 females),zigzag eel,rubberlip plecko,7 albino zebra cichlids (1 male & 2 females + 4 normal color [light blue w/ darkblue stripes] juvi's from biggest female),4 six-stripe burundi F1 frontosa, 3 hongi red top cichlids (1 male & 2 female),4 green severum juvi's (2 & 2)
Corals/Plants: i tried but its next to impossible with these guys,either they eat it or just uproot it
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: just a cichlid-holic

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