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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon cichlid tank with lava rocks, slate, fake plants & grass. fluval 305 filtration, aqua clear 70
Advice: TAKE YOUR TIME & HAVE FUN YOU CAN NEVER OVER FILTER . THE MORE THE BETTER. WEEKLY WATER CHANGES ARE KEY ALSO. DON'T GET STUCK ON ONE TYPE OF FOOD. FEED THEM DIFFERENT VARIETIES OF FOODS.(pellets, flakes, krill, bloodworms, guppies. ghost shrimp)
Fish Kept: african cichlids to many to name plus a crab to keep the gravel clean and white but i havent seen him in a while. i think he's food now.
Corals/Plants: fake plants- they kept digging up the grass so i took it out. i was tired of seing it floating in the tank.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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the darker colored rock look better then the white one in the other pic of this tank awesome job it look cool. fish avatar
what type of grass were you using --- Eleocharis Parvula (Dwarf Hairgrass)? fish avatar

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