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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 38 gal african cichlid. running aqua clear 70 and whisper 30, submersible 200w heater, and bubble bar with tetra pump. 20 W single strip Power Glow. Also have moon blue spot lights, for evenings.
Advice: I have learned that I don't know enough and always need to keep reading. Do your research on your fish. Over filtration is worth the money.
Fish Kept: 10 juvenile mixed african, lake malawi, and 2 frontosas (holding their own), with one siamese algae eater.
Corals/Plants: medium sized gravel substrate, plants are all fake. 29 lbs of Texas Holey rock, with 10 lbs mexican beach rock, with mexican slate.
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Quote: "Do you mind if we dance wif your dates"
About Yourself: Brand new to the hobby. Hope to learn a great deal from the "pro's" on this site. Already have learned much from you guys. By the looks of the tanks found here, and the advice I have found thus far, this site is an excellent resource for beginners.

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the white rock makes the plant stand out. NICE! Awesome! fish avatar

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