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Photo Caption: Juvenile imperator angelfish. Image captured at local fish store. One day I will set up a tank for these stunning fish.
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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 gallon all mbuna tank. Doing my best to make it look like Lake Malawi. It's a matter of taste I guess, but some of the Malawi tanks on this site are just rediculously BAD.
freshwater fish - maylandia callainos - blue cobalt cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - Male Pseudotropheus Zebra "cobalt (aka Maylandia or Mettriaclima callainos) I wish the scientific community would come to a taxonomic concensus already!
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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 gallon all mbuna tank. Homegrown colony of Maylandia callainos. (the adults are hiding) Sand, rocks, rocks, some more rocks.... doing my best to make it look like lake Malawi.
freshwater fish - maylandia callainos - blue cobalt cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - Headshot. Male Pseudotropheus Zebra "cobalt (aka Maylandia or Mettriaclima callainos) I wish the scientific community would come to a taxonomic concensus already!
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freshwater fish - pseudotropheus demasoni - demasoni cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - a male Pseudotropheus demasoni View LARGE
saltwater fish - pomacanthus imperator - imperator angelfish stocking in 75 gallons tank - Juvenile imperator angelfish. Image captured at local fish store. One day I will set up a tank for these stunning fish.
freshwater fish - metriaclima callainos - cobalt blue zebra cichlid stocking in 75 gallons tank - Female Pseudotropheus Zebra "cobalt" (aka Maylandia or Mettriaclima callainos) I wish the scientific community would come to a taxonomic concensus already!
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon mbuna setup.

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: Minimum of 2 HOB Emp 400's for each tank, no matter what size. All natural materials for decore, still experimenting with lighting (since this catagory is the costliest) but cheep-o fixtures with white fluorescent tubes are all I can afford. Rocks are still free -- thank god.
Advice: It's a good idea to research fish species before choosing fish, and join forums, read books, ask questions, and definatly learn about water chemistry before you set up. Give "fishless cycling" a try.
Fish Kept: Pseudotropheus elongatus Usisya Pseudotropheus saulosi Pseudotropheus zebra cobalt (maylandia callainos) Pseudotropheus demasoni Placidochromis phenochilus Labeochromis fuelleborni Cynotilapia afra Mbweca Cynotilapia afra Hai Reef Synodontis multipunctatus Lamprologous occelatus
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: I'm crazy in love with fish. Google "Future-PhD" for my fish photography!

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