Photo #3 - Nolans New Tank. Comments Welcome!

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Country: Australia
Description: This is my new tank. i have kept other fish before but this is my first cichlid tank and i am loving it! im pretty happy with it so far but will only get better when i add more fish. Filter: JIALU external canister 1500 lph Air Pump: Aqua One SR.7500 Heater: 300w Lighting: 3ft Substrate: 1mm natura whitel gravel Rocks: couple of nice ones but probably need more Background: 3D fake rock comments always welcome.
Advice: Buy the biggest tank u can get. because you will always want a bigger one!
Fish Kept: 1 Ancistrus sp/ Bristlenose Catfish 1 Hemichromis bimaculatus/blue jewl 1 Labidochromis hongi 1 Pseudotropheus lombardoi 1 Metriaclima estherae/Red Zebra 1 Aulonocara baenschi/Peacock 1 Melanochromis cyaneorhabdos 1 Labidochromis caeruleus/Electric Yellow 1 Flameback
Corals/Plants: some green ones haha
Tank Size: 132 gallons

COMMENTS

What type of sand substrate did you use? Thanks in advance! Your tank is amazing!!! :) fish avatar
beautiful...i'm new at this so this set up is way beyond me...lol fish avatar
i like the light set up and the rocks fish avatar
Awesome tank keep it up. fish avatar

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