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Submitted By: henry on
Photo Caption: Texas Cichlid, looks blue to the eye, but when photographed with flash it looks green! :)
freshwater fish - herichthys cynoguttatus - texas cichlid stocking in 80 gallons tank - Texas Cichlid, looks blue to the eye, but when photographed with flash it looks green! :)

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 80 Gallon tank and some smaller breeding tanks.
Advice: enjoy
Fish Kept: Texas Cichlids, Pearl Cichlids, Severums, Parrot fish, clown loaches.
Corals/Plants: A few
Tank Size: 80 gallons
About Yourself: I enjoy keeping fish and I'm looking to turn my attention to breeding! :)

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