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Photo Caption: My first african cichlid tank! 30 gallon regular, african cichlid tank. Mixed african cichlids, clown loaches. Sorry its a little out of focus.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first african cichlid tank! 30 gallon regular, african cichlid tank. Mixed african cichlids, clown loaches. Sorry its a little out of focus.

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon regular cichlid tank. Penguin bio-wheel 200 filter. Mixed african cichlids, asian tiger crawfish.
Advice: Take it slow. Not to many fish at once. You can however bend the rules a little bit when it comes to the inch per gallon rule, i dont care what anyone says I have done it many times with no problems what so ever. Just dont get out of control.
Fish Kept: In my life I have kept cichlids, barbs, sharks, loaches, crayfish, goldfish, gourami and catfish all sucessfully. Not all in one tank obviously.
Corals/Plants: Jsut freshwater so no corals and I dont get into live plants.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: You talkin to me?

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Your fish are streaking by...but very nice. Is this a cichlid version of a salmon ladder? Lol. Very nice. fish avatar

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