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Photo Caption: My new Malawi Cichlid Tank with a large corner 3D DIY Cave, Crushed coral base, Lime stone rocks, Drift wood and various plants.
58 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new Malawi Cichlid Tank with a large corner 3D DIY Cave, Crushed coral base, Lime stone rocks, Drift wood and various plants.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: I have an Aqua One Regal 100, with an Aquis CF1200 external filter and twin interpet T5 lighting - one moon blue and one tri plus, The cave in the corner i built myself carving polystyrene and coating in cement. The cave hides the inlet pipe for the filter and a 300W Heater.
Advice: Be creative and give the fish an interesting environment to live in.
Fish Kept: I have recently changed my setup from tropical fish to a variety malawi cichlids.
Corals/Plants: Trying out various plants to see which are best with cichlids.
Tank Size: 58 gallons

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I love the contrast of the big rocks on the left to the low caves and plants on the right with the sticks sticking up high in the middle background with all the colorful fish swimming around between them - very attractive! fish avatar

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