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Country: Czech Republic
Description: Lake Tanganyika: Tank size: 47x19x19 inches = 79 gallons Tank size: 120x50x50 cm = 300 liters Decoration: Gravel: Sand 30 Kg (0,1-0,5 mm) Background - 3D polystyren 22 shell Neothauma 5 shell not identification Rocks Stone 75 Kg Technics: Light: 4x Trocal de Luxe Afrikan Lake 18 W 1x Interpet Blue Moon 18 W Light-Duration: Day:4x Trocal de Luxe Afrikan Lake 18 W 10:00am - 10:00pm Night:1x Interpet Blue Moon 18 W 10:00pm - 11:00pm Filtration: Fluval 305 Resun P 1000 with bioakvacit Air Pump No Heater Elite 100 W Water Parameters: Temperature: 26°C°-pH: 8,3-gH: 20-kH: 15 Nitrate Level: 22mg/l Feeding: Frozen and Nutrafin basic, Hikari cichlid gold, staple,complete and Sinking Carnivore Pellets, Dajana cichlid gran., Tropical spirulina, Tetra fresh delica-Brine Shrimps, SAK 55, Energy, Green.
Advice: You must love your fish.
Fish Kept: 2x Altolamprologus compressiceps Goldhead 3x Neolamprologus leleupi Orange 8x Altolamprologus calvus Black Pectoral 1x Synodontis petricola
Corals/Plants: 2x Anubias barteri 2x Anubias lanceolata 4x Echinodorus argentinensis
Tank Size: 79 gallons
About Yourself: My hobby: Cichlidae from Tanganyika. Music - Doom,Trash,Black and Death metal.

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