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Newbie here tank setup

Discussion in 'Cichlids' started by moreno50, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. moreno50

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    Hello everyone im new to the cichlid scene but i have been doing lots of research and reading and been learning a lot . :confused: i think lol but here's what i got so far what u think .

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    Here are some of my fish i have 6 mix African cichlid here's some pix not to good can any body id any for me thanks

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    Looks good, what size is the tank. It looks like you have am electric yellow lab in the first and third pic, the rest I have no idea what they are
     
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    Looks like a 55gal tank to me. Its looking good! Consider adding some natural texas holy rock or slate to the tank to not only look great but also to make the water more desirable to the fish. Welcome to AC!
     
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    Nice start though I think you need more decor....
     
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    I agree with the others. I nice tank, but add some more rocks for the fish to swim through/around. Texas holey rock is GREAT for african cichlids.
     
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    Looks great! Is that black sand or gravel?
     

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