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Photo Caption: 75 gallon Malawi Rift Lake tank with low light life plants. There are: Zebra Obliquidens, PS Acei, Yellow labs, pearlmutt labs, Rusty cichlids, Bristlenose pleco and Synodontis multipunctatus.
freshwater fish - astatotilapia latifasciata - zebra obliquidens stocking in 75 gallons tank - 75 gallon Malawi Rift Lake tank with low light life plants. There are: Zebra Obliquidens, PS Acei, Yellow labs, pearlmutt labs, Rusty cichlids, Bristlenose pleco and Synodontis multipunctatus.

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Country: United States
Description: Malawi rift lake aquarium setup.
Advice: Regular water changes and be patient. learn about the nitrogen cycle the single most important thing about aquaria
Fish Kept: 6 aquariums: Africans 75 gal, Discus, rams, apistos 65 gal, Tiger Barbs & Rainbow Shark 33 gal, Celestial Pearl Danios 15 gal , Cherry Shrimp colony 15 gal, Apisto Vijieta 29 gal
Corals/Plants: One hi-tech CO2 pressurized planted tank to many plants to list, all other tanks including Malawi tank have life plants
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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COMMENTS

I have always loved these fish and their feisty disposition. You have done a great job with the rock formation and the fish look great in there. Love the tank. fish avatar

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