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fish tank picture - 135x50x50 cm Tanganyika Tank Fish: 5x Telmatochromis vitattus 1x Tanganicodus irsacae Nyanza Lac 6x Synodontis lucipinnis Technicalities: 1x Eheim 2078 1x Eheim 2229 1x powerhead 2600 l/h 1x powerhead 2000 l/h 3x 36 Watt TL Sylvania Aquastar 2x 20 Watt Philips 865 CFL
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Photo Caption: 135x50x50 cm Tanganyika Tank Fish: 5x Telmatochromis vitattus 1x Tanganicodus irsacae Nyanza Lac 6x Synodontis lucipinnis Technicalities: 1x Eheim 2078 1x Eheim 2229 1x powerhead 2600 l/h 1x powerhead 2000 l/h 3x 36 Watt TL Sylvania Aquastar 2x 20 Watt Philips 865 CFL
fish tank picture - 135x50x50 cm Tanganyika Tank Fish: 5x Telmatochromis vitattus 1x Tanganicodus irsacae Nyanza Lac 6x Synodontis lucipinnis Technicalities: 1x Eheim 2078 1x Eheim 2229 1x powerhead 2600 l/h 1x powerhead 2000 l/h 3x 36 Watt TL Sylvania Aquastar 2x 20 Watt Philips 865 CFL

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Country: Netherlands
Description: 1.35 m x 50cm x 50cm 2 powerheads 2000 l/h Eheim 2078 Eheim 2229 3x 36watt TL Aquastar Sylvania 2x 20 watt Philips 865
Advice: don't buy fish impulsively, but first gather information about the species you are about to keep
Fish Kept: Paracyprichromis nigripinnis Lamprologus multifasciatus Ancistrus dolichopterus Julidochromis ornatus Tanganicodus irsacae Telmatochromis vitattus Synodontis petricola dwarf Thorichtys meeki Pelvicachromis pulcher
Corals/Plants: none worth mentioning
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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