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Country: Thailand
Description: 60x20x20. Ben Xiang flourescents with 2 40W 20000K lights. Wet/Dry filter with 1800 LPH pump.
Advice: Hey I'm new and need advice. If you have any for African Cichlids feel free to email me
Fish Kept: 3 Labridochromis Caeruleus 3 Labridochromis Hongi 1 Labridochromis Perlmutt 2 Melanochromis Johannii (1m/1f) 3 Metriaclima Barlow (1m/2f) 3 Metriaclima Callainos "Cobalt Zebra" 1 Pseudotropheus Acei "ngara" 1 Pseudotropheus Crabo 1 Pseudotropheus Daktari 3 Pseudotropheus Damasoni 3 Pseudotropheus Esthera 1 Pseudotropheus with orange belly
Corals/Plants: N/A
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Pile! Is that a jelly donut!
About Yourself: Live in Thailand and new to fish keeping.

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