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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: my 1st 75 gallon cichlid tank. just set it up and begining to cycle it, will post more pics in the future. filters: (1) cascade 1000 canister filter with directional spout (250 GPH) (1) aquatop CF500 canister filter with spray bar (500 GPH) powerhead: (1) 1600 GHP / multi directional substrate: 70lbs pool filter sand & 40 lbs caribsea african cichlid mix
Advice: do your research and be patient
Fish Kept: (5) Zebra Danio (1) Bumblebee Cichlid (PSeudotropheus Crabo) (1) Yellow Tail Acei (Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei") (2) Pombo Rocks Cichlid (Pseudotropheus Demasoni) (1) Maingano (Pseudotropheus Cyaneorhabdos) (1) Kenyi (Metriaclima Lombardoi) (5) Red Zebra (Metriaclima Estherae Red) (6) Red Top Cobalt Zebra (MAylandia Mbenjii) (1) Elongatus (Pseudotropheus sp. Elonatus) (1) Kalingo (Nimochromis Livingstonii)
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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