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Country: Greece
Description: Filtration: Rena Filstar XP1 running on Eheim's Efhi-Substrat or Rena's Bio-Chem Stars (No chemical filtration) 50W Thermostat, 5W Air-pump Lightning: 2x25W (Daylight+Grolux Red) Decor: Medium-sized gravel substrate, Lava Rocks, Driftwood, Artificial Plants
Advice: There is ONLY 1 way to success: AMMONIA CYCLING
Fish Kept: 1 Glyptopericthys Joselimaianus (Leopard Pleco) 4 Thoricthys Meeki (Firemouth)
Corals/Plants: No Corals or Live Plants
Tank Size: 36 gallons
About Yourself: Physics major. I got into fishkeeping in 1994 with my first Shubunkin, kept in a fishbowl. After a year i got a plexiglas aquarium (no filtration) and within days i decided to go in for a bigger plexiglas with filtration, aeration and heating. Within a year i had upgraded to a 15-gallon glass tank, loaded with fancy goldfish (Orandas and Bubble-eyes). I then swithced to Anabantidae. I succesfully kept Dwarf and Pearl Gouramis (Colisa Lalia and Trichogaster Leeri) for years. In 2005 i got my present tank and have switched to keeping new-world cichlids exclusively ever since.

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