Photo #1 - Firemouth's Posing For The Camera

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Photo Caption: Firemouth's Posing for the Camera
freshwater fish - thorichthys meeki - firemouth cichlid stocking in 55 gallons tank - Firemouth's Posing for the Camera
freshwater fish - pterophyllum sp. - koi angel stocking in 55 gallons tank - Koi AngelFish - 5 Months Old

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 55 Gallon Fluval Roma. Fluval 400 Filter.
Advice: Above all patience is key. We took over 9 months setting this tank up including completely redecorating the room before it went in but it was all worth it. When budgeting for the new tank put plenty of money aside for ornaments. When first setting up the tank and buying the first plants and rocks we were worried on the way home that we had bought too many, how wrong could we be!!! Make the tank busy, keep the fish interested and they will be active and much more enjoyable. Final thought, keep the food interesting and varied and the fish will thrive on it.
Fish Kept: 1 Koi Angelfish, 3 Firemouth Cichlids, 8 Giant Danios, 5 Rhombo Barbs, 6 Zebra Loaches, 4 Dwarf Neon Rainbows.
Corals/Plants: Artificial
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Get the biggest MagClean you can afford. You won't regret it

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