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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Just started over from scratch because I have real high PH in my softened well water and South Americans werent doing well in there, so I switched to mainly Africans. 85 gallon. need new lights, just regular flourescent with Bio Wheel Penguin 330.
Advice: Dont let it get out of control. Dont procrastonate cleanings even though you want to. Thats been my downfall on lost fish before.
Fish Kept: Just little guys now: Variety of African Cichlids (jewels, bumblebees etc.) in pairs. One large Blue Knight Lobster AWESOME guy! one snail, 2 little Pleco's
Corals/Plants: a few grasses, red hogwart
Tank Size: 85 gallons

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i had the same thing happen with my blue lobster i just happend too check on the tank 6am didnt see him turned on lights still no checked under found him all derty and bout frozzen on concreet floor rushed to rince him off put back in tank he didnt move for a copel days now fine hasnt tryed agin.... fish avatar

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