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freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new world cichlid tank
freshwater fish - thorichthys meeki - firemouth cichlid - New World Cichlids

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: - 55 gallon rectangle tank - ( 2) 24" fluorescent hoods - aquaclear 70 - top fin 200 watt heater - powerhead 30 ( for water movement ) - river rock, and pool filter sand
Advice: Dont jump into putting alot of fish in at once, as everyone else will say be patient. Be carerful who you tank advice from about your tank. Find someone who really know what there talking about and listen to just him/her. I had a accident in my old 30 gallon with a tiger oscar and my peaceful community fish, couse some kid said i could put him in there.
Fish Kept: - male firemouth cichlid - female firemouth cichlid - male convict cichlid - female convict cichlid - tiger oscar
Corals/Plants: - none right now
Quote: " be patient "
About Yourself: Im actually pretty new to the hobby, ive been into it for about 3 months now. Just been researching alot.

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