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Submitted By: daniel on
Photo Caption: Pseudotropheus crabro (Bumblebee Cichlid) checking me out while I take a few pics
freshwater fish - pseudotropheus crabro - bumblebee cichlid stocking in 264 gallons tank - Pseudotropheus crabro (Bumblebee Cichlid) checking me out while I take a few pics

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Country: Australia
Description: 240cmL x 60cmW x 70cmH Substrate is pool sand and I collected the rocks and drift wood. It is a small mangrove plant
Advice: read plenty of articles and watch plenty of youtube clips
Fish Kept: Crimson Tide x 2 Maingano x 2 Venustus x2 S.C Lithobate x1 Flameback x1 Red Top Hongi x2 OB Peacock x2 DragonBlood Peacock x2 Chipokea x1 Crabro(Bumblebee) x2 Demasoni x2 brisle-nose catfish x 10 6 bar frontosa x 5
Corals/Plants: nil
Tank Size: 264 gallons
Quote: Try and get quality fish at a good price
About Yourself: Ive been keeping fish for about 20 years...started off collecting guppys and crayfish from the creek behind my parents house. Then moved onto rainbows...then onto barramundi...then set up an Australian natives tank for a few years...then moved onto tropical for a couple of years. Now I have finally set up a cichlids tank

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