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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: I have a 46 gallon bowfront . I use Two emp 400s and two powerheads for water movement.
Advice: Take your time and do your research on the species you want to keep. Don't overcrowd your tank and remember to let your tank cycle.
Fish Kept: African Cichlids 2 Haplochromis 9 Mbuna 2 Frontosa
Corals/Plants: None, just limestone and native rocks. African Cichlid substrate.
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: Fish control my brain
About Yourself: I got hooked first with a 55 gallon and two Oscars, a 100 gallon with two African Clown Knife, a 135 gallon with mixed African Cichlids, and then with my current 46 gallon bowfront. Just love watching them and creating little environments for them to thrive.

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Hi Akam,,,try onion plants,,,work great, grow fast and africans will not touch them fish avatar
Hi Akam, The rock u want to know about is called "Lace Rock" Cheaper if u buy a whole crate of it rather by the lb. Cheers! fish avatar
never be envious of a reef tank,if you understand the fundamentals of fishkeeping you can apply them to any aspect of the hobby.Al you need is a skimmer,test kits,circulation,and lighting preferably VHO lighting.Africans were the last step in fresh water before I got the bug to go salt! fish avatar

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