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72 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - African Cichlids (Lakes M & T). Live Plants

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 72g bow front. Standard light with 6700K bulb. Marineland 350 Bio-Wheel. Penguin Powerhead. Aquaclear 200w heater. Optima air pump with 28" air bar and 3" air disc.
Advice: Research the fish and plants you want before you go and buy them.
Fish Kept: African cichlids. Melanochromis johanni Labeotropheus fulleborni OB Metriaclima callainos Cyphotilapia frontosa Synodontis eupterus Common pleco Metriaclima sp. "msobo"
Corals/Plants: Live Plants. Ceratophyllum submersum Microsorum pteropus Aponogeten crispus Lilaeopsis brasiliensis Echinodorus amazonicus
Tank Size: 72 gallons
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About Yourself: I've kept fish since I was about 10yrs. old.

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