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Photo Caption: this is my medium planted tanganyikan tank. black lava rocks are drilled with holes to simulate holey rock look without the added weight. a couple of river rock, fine gravel substrate and a few plants together with a DIY background
69 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - this is my medium planted tanganyikan tank. black lava rocks are drilled with holes to simulate holey rock look without the added weight. a couple of river rock, fine gravel substrate and a few plants together with a DIY background

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Country: Phillippines
Description: this is my medium planted tanganyikan tank. black lava rocks are drilled with holes to simulate holey rock look without the added weight. a couple of river rock, fine gravel substrate and a few plants together with a DIY background completes the set up. Inhabitants are n. leleupis, n. brichardis, n. tretocephalus and rainbow fishes, enjoy.
Advice: plan it very well.
Fish Kept: cichlids. goldfishes, catfishes, etc...
Corals/Plants: vals, anubias, crypts, etc.... oh..... algae!!
Tank Size: 69 gallons
Quote: It is wise to overstock the community to reduce aggression!!

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