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Photo Caption: my 55 gallon malawi tank with plenty of holy rock caves.they love it.feel free to leave any comments
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my 55 gallon malawi tank with plenty of holy rock caves.they love it.feel free to leave any comments

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon.emperor 400 and aqua tech 30/60 filters.200 watt submersible heater.one 5 inch bubble plate with two 23 inch bubble wands.one double and one single topfin air pump.
Advice: read read read,dont be afraid to ask question but dont always beleive what every fish store worker says.and be PATIENT.dont rush thing, or you will have a tank your not happy with or worse dead fish.also you will lose fish at sometime,crap happens
Fish Kept: malawi chiclids 1of each (*=not a positive identification) electric yellow, red zebra, mel.auratus, demesoni, johnni, kadango red, venustus, albino zebra red top, blue kenyi, black striped zebra?*, pleco
Corals/Plants: texas holy rock with fake plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: started with betta bowls now im addicted

COMMENTS

where did you get those rocks from? very nice! fish avatar

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