Photo #1 - African Malawi Cichlid Tank 1x Bumble Bee 1x ...

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Photo Caption: African Malawi Cichlid Tank 1x Bumble Bee 1x Firebird Peacock 1x Sunshine Peacock 1x Greshakei 1x Tangerine Peacock 1x Electric Yellow 1x Albino Peacock (Female) 1!x Hongi (Female) 1x Blue Dolphin (Female) 1x Bristlenose Catfish
39 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - African Malawi Cichlid Tank 1x Bumble Bee 1x Firebird Peacock 1x Sunshine Peacock 1x Greshakei 1x Tangerine Peacock 1x Electric Yellow 1x Albino Peacock (Female) 1!x Hongi (Female) 1x Blue Dolphin (Female) 1x Bristlenose Catfish
39 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted Discus Tank (Breeding Pair)

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Country: Australia
Tank Size: 39 gallons

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over all, there are 8 caves/holes that the cichlids use. i have thought about them out growing the tank, but the majority of them i have had for 1 1/2 yrs now and they have held their size of 8 - 10 cms for quite some time now, so i guess i'll just wait n see if they have another growth spurt. fish avatar
good color on that Blue Dolphin of your there. fish avatar

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