Photo #10 - Green Terror 6" 5 Yrs. Old

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Photo Caption: Green Terror 6" 5 yrs. old
freshwater fish - hemichromis bimaculatus - jewel cichlid stocking in 150 gallons tank - Jewel and fry. About 6 days old.
freshwater fish - aequidens rivulatus - green terror stocking in 150 gallons tank - Most of my big cichlids were kind enough to pose for this shot. They range in size from about 3.5" to about 8" or so. They are in a 150gal. aquarium. Hope you like them.
freshwater fish - herichthys cynoguttatus - texas cichlid stocking in 150 gallons tank - 2nd picture of this hybrid fish. Red Devil/Texas Cross. 4" long
freshwater fish - amphilophus labiatus - red devil stocking in 150 gallons tank - Red Devil (Amphilophus labiatus). 7" long. Great addition to my 150gal. tank with other cichlids.
freshwater fish - aequidens rivulatus - green terror stocking in 150 gallons tank - Another one of my Green Terrors. I'll try to have a picture of my big male up soon.
freshwater fish - gyrinocheilos aymonieri - chinese algae eater stocking in 150 gallons tank - This golden algae eater (Gyrinocheilus aymomieri) started out at about 1.5" and is now about 6". South and Central American Cichlids share his 150gal. mansion.
freshwater fish - herichthys cynoguttatus - texas cichlid stocking in 150 gallons tank - What do you get when you cross a Red Devil and a Texas Cichlid? This fine looking specimen. Almost an iridescent orange/yellow on the belly and black bands on the body
freshwater fish - botia lohachata - lohachata botia loach stocking in 150 gallons tank - 4-1/2" Yo Yo Loach (Botia almorhae). Very active not shy around his Cichlid tankmates.
freshwater fish - crossocheilus siamensis - siamese flying fox stocking in 150 gallons tank - Pink-Tailed Chalceus. He is housed with South and Central American Cichlids. He is about 7-8"
freshwater fish - aequidens rivulatus - green terror stocking in 150 gallons tank - Green Terror 6" 5 yrs. old
150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Large South and Central American Cichlids

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 150 gallon tank (72x24x20). 40gal. wet/dry filter, 5 gal of Bio-balls, 1 mag drive 9.5, 1 rio 2500 for return pumps. Magnum 350 canister 2-175W metal halide bulbs (10000K) in Hamilton pendants. 3" of Natural gravel, rocks and plastic plants. Temp 78 constant. 350W Otto Heater Built in-wall
Advice: Don't give up. Be patient and read, read, read.
Fish Kept: Red Devil, Jack Dempseys, slavinis, Jewels, Green Terrors, Texas Cichlids, YoYo Loach, Blue red tail Botia, Pictus Catfish, Convicts
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Tank Size: 150 gallons
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