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Submitted By: Ronan on
Photo Caption: This is my geophagus surinamensis. excuse the bad quality it was on a phone camera
freshwater fish - gymnogeophagus surinamensis - surinamen geophagus stocking in 45 gallons tank - This is my geophagus surinamensis. excuse the bad quality it was on a phone camera

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Country: Ireland
Description: I use 1 uv pink/purple bulb at the front of my tank, and a moonlight blue bulb at the back, i find this very effective in tanks with plants. I set up my tank with bogwood and plants,m its looks very well at this early stage
Advice: plan out your tank a lot before hand, many people just buy random fish, i and many others find to be a better experience if you do 1 or 2 species in a tank.
Fish Kept: I have Firemouth cichlids, Geo cichlids, 2 Catfish, and a few loaches
Corals/Plants: I have a wide range of plant, from very long thick leaved plants, to very fine shrub like plant inbedded in my wood
Tank Size: 45 gallons
About Yourself: I started a tank about 2007 but it was a fail, since then i think it has been seeing other peoples tanks that has gotten me back into it!!

COMMENTS

Nice fish, im from ireland too! i like ur tank. fish avatar

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