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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 37 gallon aquarium black trim Eheim classic 150 2211 type canister filter with Seachem Matrix Aquatop PF40-UV Hang-On Filter with UV Sterilization Seachem Purigen in filter Two Cobalt Aquatics Power Heads MJ600 filtering through Hydro sponge filters that sit at the bottom of the tank in each back corner. Spray bars attached to the outlets of the powerheads. ViaAqua Titanium Aquarium Heater, 200-Watt Two Finnex Monster Ray Aquarium Color Enhancing LED Strip, 30-Inch Lights are on a timer. Caribsea Eco-Complete African Cichlid Zack Sand substrate Stacked stone from a local rockery I feed the cichlids once a day Dainichi Cichlid Food - Color FX and Dainichi ? Color Supreme Seachem Marine buffer keeps the PH right around 8.2 to 8.3 Seachem Cichlid Lake Salt as well as several other Seachem products like Prime. I have all the filters hooked up to battery backup in case of power outages. Pumps should run for 36 hours before my backups run out of power.
Advice: Have more filtration than you need as long as it is not blowing your fish around the tank.
Fish Kept: Dragon blood Benga Sunshine Red Top Lwanda Aulonocara stuartgranti (Chiwindi) Blue Neon Aulonocara (Rubescens) Ruby Red Peacock Aulonocara Maulana Bi-color 500 Electric Blue Ahli Green Face Intermedius Ruby Green Species #35 ?Tomato? Hippo Point Blue Bar Pundamilia nyererei (Anchor Island) Lethrinops sp. Red Cap (Itungi) Astatotilapia calliptera Zebra Obliquidens Lemon Yellow Lab Red Zebra Maingano Demasoni Cobalt Zebra/ Blue Yellow Top Mbamba Rusty Cichlid Ancistrus sp. Albino Bushy Nose Pleco Pictus Catfish Electric Blue Crayfish
Corals/Plants: NA
Tank Size: 37 gallons

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