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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon cichlid lake tanganykan mostly. Small peagravel substrate with lavarock and driftwood. Rena xp3 filter, fluval 405, marineland 350. 2 - 250 heaters and coralife light with actinic and led lights. Stock- 5 blue dolphin moorii, 6 frontosa, 3 black calvus, 2 tropheus duboisi pair( trying to rehome), plecos- zebra,clown,albino bristlenose, reg bristlenose,royal, rafael cat, bumblebee catfish, and black ghost knife fish.
Advice: Be patient in stocking your tank and explore all options before making a decision on what type to get
Fish Kept: Frontosas, blue dolphin moorrii, black calvus, tropheus duboisi, black ghost knife fish, zebra pleco, clown pleco, albino & reg bristlenose, royal pleco, rafael cat, bumblebee catfish and red star flowerhorn in seperate tank
Corals/Plants: Fake plastic
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Had knee surgery and got bored sitting around house so i got my first tank, a 29, and then addiction began. Had seven tanks at one time. Currently have 4. Will upgrade my 75 soon.

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