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50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Malawi Mbuna corner aquarium

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Mbuna Malawi setup. Tank is an Aqua One Windsor 66 (180l) curved aquarium. Standard lighting and canister filter plus and exra Fluval 305 filter and fish are fun UV steriliser (hidden behind the rock).
Advice: Take your time and enjoy!
Fish Kept: 12x varios Mbuna inc yellow labs and Pseudotropheus demasoni. 2x catfish
Corals/Plants: Ocean rock and corel gravel.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
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To be honest I never measure it! The tank has been running for about 14 months and the fish have spawned so I guess its ok. In theory the ocean rock should help provide a high PH which is what Mbuna require, but my tap water is a high PH anyway. fish avatar
How does the ocean rock do as far as PH level? Does it help keep it higher for the fish? I have some old live rock from a friend I was gonna use in my African tank but I don't know how it will affect the water. fish avatar

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