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Country: Austria
Description: l x b x h: 200cm x 30cm x 40cm Wood: Mangrove root Stones: flatstones from local river Inn(cleaned and boiled) sand:red and white Quartz (1 to 4 mm) Light: 2x Tropical de Luxe,type Amazon Day
Advice: Take your time and enjoy the waterworld with patience.
Fish Kept: 2x Julidochromis Marlieri. 2x Neolamprologus Bricardi. 2x Neolamprologus Leleupi. 2x Neolamprologus Leleupi Orange. 2x Altolamprologus Calvus
Corals/Plants: Valesniria Spiralis.
Tank Size: 63 gallons
Quote: A day not laughed is a day not lived
About Yourself: Started for 20 years with classic fishtank. After 1 year I started with Malawi fish. 3 years ago I build a smaller tank and switched to smaller Tanganyika fish. They are small, colourfull and have a strong caracter.

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