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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 55 gal. Tanganyika Cichlid Tank: Coralife T5 HO lights, AquaClear 70 & Fluval 205 filters, Powerhead, Aragonite substrate, Natural slate and round rocks, African driftwood
Advice: Be patient, add one fish at a time, and get as big of a tank as you can.
Fish Kept: Julidochromis marlieri (Gombe), Altolamprologus calvus (Black), Neolamprologus marunguensis (Kapampa), Neolamprologus pulcher (Kantalamba), Neolamprologus leleupi (Yellow), Gyrinocheilos aymonieri (Golden)
Corals/Plants: Jungle Val & Anubias nana
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Keep fishin'?
About Yourself: I just love fish. Nothing more relaxing than watching a fish tank.

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