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Photo Caption: Albino Parrot Cichlid. Ever see one...? This is the result of 2 parrot fish actually mating!
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My first tank. Simple is elegant...
freshwater fish - jelly bean parrot cichild stocking in 55 gallons tank - Albino Parrot Cichlid. Ever see one...? This is the result of 2 parrot fish actually mating!

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: I have an All Glass Aquarium 55 gallon tank. I use 2 Power-Glo 15W 18000K bulbs for my plants and Cichlids and 2 Whisper 60 Power filters to clean that baby. I also use and recommend Plant Gro fertilzer.
Advice: Don't think you have to start small. This is my first tank (55 gallon). Get the fish that interest you the most. You want to enjoy taking care of them. BEST ADVICE: DON'T RUSH INTO IT. Just do your research, get the right equipment and you'll be on your way to a whole new world of, well...fish.
Fish Kept: I have 2 red tiger Oscars, a Pleco, and my 3 Very Rare Albino Parrot Cichlids.
Corals/Plants: .
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Gimme some sugar baby

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