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Country: Australia
Description: 24''x12''x18'' fine river gravel substrate, 24'' RESUN single fluro tube 20w light, OTTO internal power filter + hang on filter.
Advice: keep it simple, and try not to keep aggressive fish with more quiet dosile fish..
Fish Kept: Astatotilapia latifasciata (crimson tide), Aulonocara jacobfreibergi (eureka red), Labidochromis caeruleus (electric yellow), Metriaclima lombardoi (kenyi), Pimelodus pictus (pictus catfish), Ancistrus spinosus (bristlenose catfish) Chromobotia macracanthus (clown loach)
Corals/Plants: bush rock and volcanic rock caves, fake plants as my cichlids enjoy the taste of real plants!
Tank Size: 22 gallons

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Thanks for checking out my pic,its a pretty bad pic but i can't get a full clear pic on for some reason . your tank looks pretty sweet as well . the creyfish are heaps slow so there not to much of a threat . they are funny to watch as well . fresh water crabs are good as well but not as hardy so you need to keep an eye on them . fish avatar

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