Photo #2 - My Cichlid Tank - Cichlid: M. Callainos, M. Esth...

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Rena Panorama 120 Bowfront. 340L Rockwork: Large River Cobbles. Substrate: Playsand. Lighting: x1 Marine white (Front) & Moonlight (Back). Filter: TetraTec EX1200
Advice: Research, Research............Research!! Join a forum and ask...ask.....ASK:)
Fish Kept: Cichlid: M. Callainos, M. Estherae, L. Caeruleus, Demasoni, *Alonocara OB, L. Fuellebori Marmalade cats "Katale", C. Afra "Cobue", *C. Moorii ........... *going into C. Moorii tank with other peacocks
Corals/Plants: Just 2 plastic plants (For asthetics)
Tank Size: 76 gallons
Quote: Where can i fit another tank? Enough Rock's?
About Yourself: Cichlid mad Nurse who also loves Cat's, her family & her job :) BUT need's more tank's & more fish :0

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Love this tank! fish avatar
The rocks are so fresh. fish avatar
This tank looks great! I really like the rocks, very natural. fish avatar

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