Photo #3 - A Close Up Of Some Fish - I'm Really A Begin...

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Country: Australia
Description: ?? i'll find out and update.
Advice: start with the largest tank possible rather then a small one.....cause you will get 'hooked' and upsize!!
Fish Kept: I'm really a beginner in all this so far, but i can tell you what we have in or 200 litre Mbuna tank so far. *all are male/female couples 2x elec yellow 2x Mpanga 1x male afra cobue (searching for suitable sized female atm) 3x hongi's (2 female 1male) 2x rusty 2x livingstonii (will need there own tank soon too!) 2x cobal blues
Corals/Plants: we do have plants although i have no idea what they are! we like the real plants and our fish being about 6-10cm so far they're doing well. I'll find the names and update later
Tank Size: 50 gallons
About Yourself: my brother gave us a small 50ltr and after about 2-3 weeks we upsized to a 4 foot (200ltr) tank! we've since made good friends with the local aqua store cause we're there so often!

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