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State: New York
Country: United States
Advice: start small and research...research..research., if your going to do it, start small and learn to do it the right way.
Fish Kept: in this tank are: OB Red Empress, Labeotropheus Trewavasae, Labidochromis Hongi, Labidochromis Caereleus
Corals/Plants: Black Argonite, Lace rock, Clay caves, filtered by Rena
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: "If not in it for the show, be in it for the breed."
About Yourself: Time to update profile. Moved to NY in January '09. Open to the public, not a petshop, but allowing the residents around here to stop by anytime to see my tanks and buy fish. We have 152 running aquariums now, mainly 55/75, and 30's for grow out, 16 - 350 gallon containment vats for growing out some of the more prolific species, and 2 vats dedicated to breeding our beloved Blue Rainbow tropheus, and Masawa Duboisi tropheus. Total Gallons at this point is undetermined, but ALOT 13,000gallons? somewhere around there.

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