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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Club Lava is a 75 Gallon African Cichlid Tank. It gets the name because as you can see it has 10-12 lava rocks in there. Filters include Aquaclear 500 and Emperor 400.
Advice: Dont get too small of an aquarium
Fish Kept: 4 Champsochromis caeruleus (5-8 inches) 3 Iodotropheus sprengerae (3 inches) 5 Labidochromis caeruleus (1-2 inches) 8 Melanochromis interruptus (2-5 inches) 4 Pseudotropheus socolofi (2-3 inches) 8 Pseudotropheus zebra (2-5 inches) 3 Labeotropheus fuelleborni (2-4 inches) 1 Mloto White Blaze (4 inches) A few baby fry 3 Plecos - 4-6 inches
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Trust Me, I'm Polo
About Yourself: I have been into aquariums since I was 10 years old. Started out very small with a 10 gallon aquarium with common live bearers such as guppies, swordtails, mollies, plateys, and others. As I got older I wanted bigger and better stuff. For the last 8 years I have been into African Cichlids. They are my favorite. In the future Im still looking to expand and upgrade my aquarium. I also enjoy comic books, educational tv shows, and being a proud member of PETA.

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