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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Lake Malawi Cichlid Tank ----------------------------------- Ivory coast mix gravel by caribsand is my substrate Fluval 405 Lots of bubbles :) Basic hanging heater Texas Holey rock(Coming soon from ebay) I also use Natural trace which is a supplement for African cichlid tanks. It gives the water the minerals found in the rift lakes of Africa. I recomend it If you want your fish to be brighter and happier :) FOOD I give my fish Spirulina flakes and occasionally bloodworms for a treat, Also Tetra Cichlid flakes from time to time.
Advice: Just started this hobby again after nearly 5 years fishless.......Rewarding experience and great relaxation tool....
Fish Kept: right now there are 2 Acei - 2 inches 1 Electric Yellow- 1 1/2 inches 2 Cobalt blue Zebras - - 1 inch or so 1 Demasoni- 1 inch(tiny but fiesty guy) 2 Orange blotched Zebras- 1 inch or so 1 M. Auratus- 2 inches Soon adding 1 Snow White 2 Elongatus Jewel Spot 1 Msobo
Corals/Plants: Fake plants...my fish would eat real ones and they would look nasty my decorations resemble marine coral and coverey.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: "Do what thou will"

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