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Photo Caption: yellow lab, electric blue, pseudotropheus, and a convict/parrot cichlid
freshwater fish - sciaenochromis ahli - electric blue cichlid stocking in 112 gallons tank - yellow lab, electric blue, pseudotropheus, and a convict/parrot cichlid
112 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - afrrican cichlid tank

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Country: Cyprus
Description: hand made tank and self designed stand sera filter, water proof lightening and a 200w heater.
Advice: once or twice a month change water and mind of water chlorine, feed fish 2 or 3 times a day little quantity the filter should be strong the aqua scape should be as natural and designed according to fishes needs. mind the number of fish-avoid stress
Fish Kept: convict cichlids and botia loaachs
Corals/Plants: heavy and large river stones that increases water ph that is appropriate for cichlids fake plants cause cichlids with aggression bite it
Tank Size: 112 gallons
Quote: aqua mania
About Yourself: its been 6 years now that i m doing this hobby i m working on making a 3d background of styrofoam and keep african cichlids and of course set up a larger tank i work in a bank

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