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Photo Caption: Cichlid Rift Lake Tank 125 Gallon 120 lbs Florida Crushed Coral, 100+ lbs Dolomite Limestone Rock, 24" tall 9" wide Tree Stump made into Anubius grower Running UGF, Rena XP3 Canister, Dual Rena 400 Airpumps, Dual Coralife 192Watt Deluxe Series Lighting, and Adding Salt to Replicate Lake Malawi Conditions.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Cichlid Rift Lake Tank 125 Gallon 120 lbs Florida Crushed Coral, 100+ lbs Dolomite Limestone Rock, 24" tall 9" wide Tree Stump made into Anubius grower Running UGF, Rena XP3 Canister, Dual Rena 400 Airpumps, Dual Coralife 192Watt Deluxe Series Lighting, and Adding Salt to Replicate Lake Malawi Conditions.

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon Lake Malawi Sand Tank containing breeding quint of Nimbochromis Venustus Very standard tank w/ Rena 400 Airpump, 2 HOB filters, and ALL LIVE Plants!
Advice: Be Patient
Fish Kept: Nimbochromis Venustus
Corals/Plants: Swords, Spirals, and Java Mosses
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Into Scuba Diving and Keeping Fish Happy

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