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Photo Caption: two of my sisters many cichilds.. a Giraffe cichlid, and an electric yellow.. going to eat.... with tiger barbs and fellow tank mate in the background..
freshwater fish - labidochromis caeruleus - electric yellow cichlid stocking in 55 gallons tank - two of my sisters many cichilds.. a Giraffe cichlid, and an electric yellow.. going to eat.... with tiger barbs and fellow tank mate in the background..

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Country: Canada
Description: I have my main community tank, which is 55 gallons. I keep cichlids. I also have a 30 gallon fry tank, for growing out the fry for sale.
Advice: Take it slow.. start easy, then get into the good stuff...
Fish Kept: 1-firemouth 2-red zebras 1-red zebra fry 2-perlmutts a few powder blue 2-peacocks (not sure what type yet) 1-auratus 2-medium plecos and a couple unknowns (forget the names) I also have around 20 red zebra fry in my fry tank, along with a holding powder blue,
Corals/Plants: I do have a blue coral peice, but very old and gets passed around family tanks setups.. all my plants are fake, as I keep cichlids
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: I am 20 years old, come from a family of fish keepers.. lol... love my cichlids dearly, and hope to have some sort of bussiness to do with fish and tanks...

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