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Photo Caption: My first Cichlid tank
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first Cichlid tank

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 174 liter Bow front tank 36"W x 2"H x 17"D Carib Sea Super Natural Kon Tiki substrate Lace rock structures Penguin BIO-Wheel 200 Filter Eclipse 36" (Natural light) florescent (single bulb)
Advice: Research first !!!
Fish Kept: Set up as a Malawi Tank 4 Electric Yellow cichlids 2 Red Peacocks cichlids 4 Damasoni cichlids 2 Golden Julie cichlids 1 Bumblebee cichlids 2 Tropheops sp "red top chilumba" cichlids 1 Placo
Corals/Plants: All Plastic
Tank Size: 46 gallons
About Yourself: I am a Computer Software Quality Engineer for Medical Imaging in the field of Oncology and Mamography. This tank was given to me by a friend who could not keep it. I rebuilt the tank/water and restocked it with cichlid's and everyone is happy and doing great. It brings me many quiet hours of enjoyment. Thanks Sean:)

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