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Photo Caption: My new 55 gallon African Cichlid tank.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new 55 gallon African Cichlid tank.

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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon 48 inch show tank. Top Fin 60 Power Filter. Assorted silk plants. Two 18 inch natural light lights. 200 Watt heater.
Advice: Keep reading. There is alot of great information on the internet.
Fish Kept: 1 Red Zebra 1 Yellow Lab 1 Upside Down Catfish 1 Kenyi 1 Pleco 1 Yellow Peacock 1 Cobalt Blue Zebra 1 Red Jewel 1 Pictus Catfish 1 Duboisi 1 Orange Blossom 1 Venustus 1 Kadango
Corals/Plants: Silk Plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: The Carma Train is coming.
About Yourself: I am getting back into the hobby after several years. This is my first African Cichlid tank. It started as a semi-aggressive tropical tank. My well water is much better suited to African Cichlids so I made the change. I am very glad I did.

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Anyone have suggestions. It's a work in progress. fish avatar

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