Photo #2 - Placidochromis Phenochilus Juvie Taken With Nikon...

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Photo Caption: Placidochromis phenochilus juvie taken with Nikon D70 with Phoenix 100 mm macro and White Lightning studio strobe.
freshwater fish - dimidiochromis compressiceps - compressiceps cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - Didimichromis compressiceps-so called Malawi Eye Biter in my 55 gallon mixed Malawi tank. Young male
freshwater fish - placidochromis phenochilus - malawi cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - Placidochromis phenochilus juvie taken with Nikon D70 with Phoenix 100 mm macro and White Lightning studio strobe.

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: Oceanic 75 gallon tank with Amiracle Trickle filter with Rio 2100 pump (690 gph) and Marineland Emperor 400 Bio Wheel filter. Two heaters including 300 watt Marineland submersable heater. 75 lbs of Caribsea Sahara Sand gravel. Fish are Malawi peacocks and haplochromines.
Advice: Research your fish carefully before stocking your aquarium. Buy known sexes of fish and pair accordingly when stocking African cichlids. Don't stock with juvenile unsexed fish unless you are willing to part with some to male aggression.
Fish Kept: Africans- Malawi and Tanganyika, Marine fish
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 75 gallons
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