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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon tank, Eheim 2217, 200W Marineland Stealth heater, 60 lbs of Whisper 60 air pump, about 35-40lbs of lace rock, 36" bubble wand
Advice: Do the research to get through the Cycling phase and your good to go!
Fish Kept: 10 Mbuna's total. 1 juvenile Demasoni, 2 Pseudotropheus Acei, 2 Labidochromis Caeruleus (Yellow labs), 2 Melanochromis Auratus (Females), 1 Pseudotropheus crabro, 2 unknown Melanochromis species
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: My First African tank, VERY CooL

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well done..have beautiful fish, but got rid of mine. i too had acei and demasoni but my acei one day all got together and smoked one of my blood parrots so I got rid of them and the demasoni which are a beautiful fish were too ummm should just be kept in one tank with a bunch of them. them and the yellow labs do really well together. sorry man, i tend to ramble, BEAUTIFUL TANK.... fish avatar
Thanks! The rocks are called Lace Rock. It is a type of limestone. I purchased them from a local fish store in my area for 1.99 a lb. Not only does it look good but it also serves a purpose by keeping the pH high. Soon to be more updates! fish avatar

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