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Photo Caption: this is my cichlid tank. 3 yellow labidos, 1 red zebra, 1 venustus, 1 blue cichlid, 1 black/yellow cichlid, 4 pink convicts, 1 jack dempsey
50 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - this is my cichlid tank. 3 yellow labidos, 1 red zebra, 1 venustus, 1 blue cichlid, 1 black/yellow cichlid, 4 pink convicts, 1 jack dempsey

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Country: Canada
Description: 3ft bowfront tank with a bubble wall along the whole back, skilter 400 as the filter, cichlids, Lake Tanganykan(?) rock(50 lbs), 50lbs. lacerock from Utah, crushed coral and blue gravel for substrate
Advice: Don't settle for anything less than exactly what you want or need. If you want a True Perculae Clown, don't settle for a false one. I found that you don't enjoy your tank as much as when you get what you want
Fish Kept: In this tank, 3 Yellow Labido(1f, 2m), 1 male Venustus, 2 female pink convict, 2 male pink convict, 1 male red zebra, 1blue fish (forget which kind), 1 Jack Dempsey, 1 black/yellow fish (not sure what kind),
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Knowledge Speaks, But Wisdom Listens -Jimi Hendrix

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