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Country: Taiwan
Description: Tanganyika tank with N. brichardi, N. pulcher "Daffodil", N. falcicula "Walteri", N. crystiyi, N. gracilis, N. maraguensis, & N. pulcher.
Advice: Salt water tank
Fish Kept: N. brichardi, N. pulcher "Daffodil", N. falcicula "Walteri", N. crystiyi, N. gracilis, N. maraguensis, & N. pulcher
Corals/Plants: no
Tank Size: 2 gallons
Quote: 234
About Yourself: "Brichardi-Type" Neolamprologus - This group includes N. brichardi, N. pulcher "Daffodil", N. falcicula "Walteri", N. crystiyi, N. gracilis, N. maraguensis, & N. pulcher.

COMMENTS

Pretty tank but a hippo tang in 2 gallons is animal cruelty. I have a 100 gallon with 8 square footprint and he swims more than my yellow tang. fish avatar
nice tank but u need a bigger 1 for the fish u have !! 3 people have said that now !! do ur research dont just buy :) !!! fish avatar
a hippo tang thats the therd person ive messaged for having a too small tank for that fish fish avatar
r u joking tangs r open water swimmers and need 6 ft to swim sry but sound so harsh put that had to be said fish avatar
very nice, looks like your equipment and fishies love to be photographed. fish avatar

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