Photo #2 - My Convict Cichlid Tank With Pleco And Silver Sha...

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Photo Caption: My Convict Cichlid tank with Pleco and silver shark
fish tank picture - My Pleco (george) but dont know what size he is
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Convict Cichlid tank with Pleco and silver shark

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Country: United States
Description: Juwel Rio 180 (101cm x 50cm x 41cm) 1 Juwel Aquarium 30Watts warm lite tube 1 Juwel Aquarium 30Watts day lite tube TetraTec Ex1200 external filter canister - (21watts, 200-500litres, 1200 liter per hr water flow) TetraTec HT200w heater - (225-300 litres, 200 watts) DIY CO2 with fluval 2+ power head Super Silent airpump - 4 valves
Advice: read read & read. You can always learn from your mistakes. Please cycle your tank before adding fish if you are new to this hobby
Fish Kept: Sailfin Pleco Sliver Shark 2 Male Convict Cichlids 2 Female Cichlids
Corals/Plants: i dont know lol
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: hmmmmmm
About Yourself: Got into this hobby about 1yr a half and have changed fish many times

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