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Country: United States
Description: Tank ~1 Planted south american biotope. 4 discus currently. 1 satanoperca Deamon 9 corydoras trinineatus 3 pair mikrogeophaus ramirezi. Tank ~ 2 Breeding pair Aequidens Rivulatus ~ 60 gallons tank ~ 3 Breeding pair archocentrus Centrarchus Tank ~ 4 Mbuna tank (currently being setup)
Advice: Research your fish before purchasing. Dont purchase on impulse and only buy from professional well reputed stores.
Fish Kept: American cichlids.
Corals/Plants: Plants from the Central to Southern reaches on America.
Tank Size: 150 gallons
Quote: Let acid rain fall onto the petsmart people.
About Yourself: My name is Dan Robbins. I am a college student from Wales Uk. I have been keeping cichlids for many years and work in Maidenhead aquatics. I am an author, currently writing a book on South American cichlds. I have kept an bred a wide range of cichlids including the reasonably rare Arhocentrus Centrarchus or Flier cichlid. I try to decorate my tank in the most natural way possible and belelive strongly any fish keeper should do the same. Not only does it have a truely stunning visual appeal but is beneficial for the fish being kept.

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