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80 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - cichlid tank

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 80 gallon tank, 48"x18"x23", penguin 350 biowheel for filtration, 2 12" airstones.
Advice: Read up, but try things for yourself, you be the judge.
Fish Kept: 1 Oscar, 1 Jack Dempsy, 1 Green Terror, 1 Red Devil, 3 Brirchardi, 2 firemouths, 2 yellow labs, 2 electric blue, 2 blood red parrots, 2 clown loaches, 2 dojo loaches, 2 Juli corys, 1 common Pleco, 1 rubbermouth pleco, 1 bushy nose pleco, 1 boesenami rainbow fish, 1 large crawdad.
Corals/Plants: most fake, a few live plants, dont know what they are.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: oh, you need all that bass - boogie nights
About Yourself: A lot of fish in here that all the lfs's said wouldnt work. They work and are happy. They have lots of hiding places and the brichardis regularly have fry. At night you cant see any fish.

COMMENTS

Your tank is awesome looking . but as your fish get big. the cichlids you have will Get big. you my run into alot of fighting. good luck. fish avatar

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