Photo #1 - Dwarf Cockatoo Cichlid Checking Himself Out

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freshwater fish - apistogramma cacatuoides - double full red cockatoo cichlid stocking in 25 gallons tank - dwarf cockatoo cichlid checking himself out
25 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my tank

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Country: United States
Description: 32in x 20in, European, Same as the tank, Filter is a external bottle filtter, European heaters. I don't no the name of the brand of hand and i probably can't pronounce it because all of my equipment is european. SORRY
Advice: Read, Read, Read, Then ask some questions, and go back and read again. This hobby will drive you crazy if you feel like you don't understand something.
Fish Kept: Well i have 2 discus,( one red pigeion blood, the other a melon red.) I have 7 Ram Cichlids, 2 cockatoo dwarf cichlids, 2 balla sharks, 2 clown loaches, 2 japenease flying fox, 1 regular pleco, 1 dwarf pearl gourami, and 1 golden Snakeskin gourami.
Corals/Plants: Look and see i'm not sure the names of most plants
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: You want something, go out there and get it PERIOD!
About Yourself: Well i got into this hobby from my father, he always kept a tank in our house and ever since i started living on my own and started a family It just didn't feel like home with out a Tank of my Own. My occupation is US armed Forces.( I drive 18 wheelers for the US AirForce.) I've been stationed in Europe for about 3 years now and Just recently found out i'm Going to have a Child of my own to pass this Amazing hobby on to. Thanks Ryan

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