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Photo Caption: Lake Malawi Chiclids. Trigon 190 ltr tank, Ocean rock and coral sand to keep the PH @ 8. Standard Fluval filter in the tank and a Fluval 405 external filter.The tank has now got some colour in the form of algae
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Lake Malawi Chiclids. Trigon 190 ltr tank, Ocean rock and coral sand to keep the PH @ 8. Standard Fluval filter in the tank and a Fluval 405 external filter.The tank has now got some colour in the form of algae

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Lake Malawi Chiclids. Trigon 190 ltr tank, Ocean rock and coral sand to keep the PH @ 8. Standard Fluval filter in the tank and a Fluval 405 external filter.
Advice: Take it nice and slow, DO NOT rush.
Fish Kept: Metriaclima estherae x 2 Pseudotropheus Acei x 2 Labidochromis x 2 Pseudotropheus OB x 2 Lodotropheus Sprengerae x 2 Synodontis multipunctatus x 2
Corals/Plants: None only decor
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Take it nice and slow, DO NOT rush.
About Yourself: Been keeping tropical fish for several years now

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