Photo #2 - 300 Gallon Central American Cichlid Tank.

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State: West Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 300 gallon Central American Cichlid tank.
Advice: Take your time.
Fish Kept: 300 Gallon Amphilophus labiatus (F0) - (Rapps) Vieja maculicauda (F1) - (Rapps) Silver Dollars (4 so far) - (lfs) Vieja bifasciatus (F1) - (Rapps) Hypsophrys nicaraguensis - demon (LFS) Amphilophus amarillo F1 Male - (Davis) citranellum Lago Nicaragua F1 Male - (Davis) Amphilophus labiatus F1 - (Davis) Cichlasoma pearsei - (Davis) Amphilophus trimac - (Davis) Vieja hartweigi - (Davis) Cryptoheros Cutteri (F0) - female (Rapps) Cryptoheros Cutteri (F1) - 2 male, 1 female (Davis) 210 gallon tank Parachromis Dovii - 1 male (Davis) 55 gallon tank Amphilophus labiatus - (LFS)
About Yourself: Been in the hobby for about ten years now. It's a great stress reliever.

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