Photo #1 - My Planted African Cichlid Tank

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105 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My planted African cichlid tank

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: Aquariumplants substrate several plants with Texas holey rock and another from south America. 3D background I purchased from ebay. filtration is sponge filters around the background then through Rena and ehiem canisters. Mixed African cichlids discrimitivly selected.
Advice: Mistakes are expensive and if you want to stay in the hobby please your wife.
Fish Kept: gold nugget electric blue ahi electric blue jack Dempsey yellow lab 2 victorian haplochromis red jeweled African
Corals/Plants: African lettuce leaf, onions small and large, spiral vai, various Anubis,
Tank Size: 105 gallons
About Yourself: in the sport 1 year

COMMENTS

Very nice tank...Im thinking about buying a 3D background, it's a nice change to looking at the tank. Im also thinking of doing a cichlid tank...love the colors that they show fish avatar
"If u want to stay in the hobby please ur wife." hahahahahahaha! so ture. Great tank! What is some good ground cover plants? Ive got loaches so they primarly feed off the ground. fish avatar

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