Photo #2 - Jewel Cichlid Parents With There Fry

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Photo Caption: Jewel Cichlid parents with there fry
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 125g Cichlid tank
freshwater fish - hemichromis bimaculatus - jewel cichlid stocking in 125 gallons tank - Jewel Cichlid parents with there fry

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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: 125 Gallon cichlid tank. I have 2 whisper 30-60 power filters and a rena filstar canister filter/300w heater. Two 3ft dual all-glass aquarium plant light bulbs.
Advice: Have good filtration and 10 hours of good powerful lighting. dont forget to add plenty of live plants to help the natural cycle and add some oxygen. I like buying the plant bulb packs for around 5 bucks you get 4-8 bulbs. they usually work pretty good.
Fish Kept: South American and African Cichlids
Corals/Plants: 15-20 live plants currently but planning to add quite a few more.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: Got into fish as a little kid with a 10 gallon and gradually increased to 20 then 55 and now 125. Im aiming to have several large tanks in the near future.

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