Photo #1 - Malawi Cichlid Tank - 5 Pseudotrheus Demasoni, 5 ...

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Photo Caption: Malawi Cichlid Tank
38 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Malawi Cichlid Tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Aqualantis 38 Gallon, Rock based Malawi Tank with a lot of ocean rock, coral sand
Advice: Its expensive to get what you want. When first starting up "Fishless Cycle" its far less scary & faster in the long run.
Fish Kept: 5 Pseudotrheus Demasoni, 5 Labidochromis Careleus, 1 Baby Plec
Corals/Plants: Artificial plants
Tank Size: 38 gallons
Quote: There can be only one!................Highlander
About Yourself: To be honest i no longer own this tank but I set it up exactly the same for my neighbours who bought it. I now have a 5ft marine tank which i probably would never have had if it wasn't for this one. Many thanks for the comments

COMMENTS

Hi, I'd just like to say something really captured my attention about your tank. It just seemed so natural and yet well constructed. While bright colorful tanks are nice, sometimes something a bit more down to Earth is more beautiful (although there are many colorful habitats--coral). The second reason is that you have your pumps and electrical stuff well hidden, that's something many people, including me can't seem to hide). Anyways, just thought I'd say you have a gorgeous tank. Bye fish avatar

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