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65 Gallon Tanganyikan with 3D BG

Discussion in 'African Rift Lake Cichlids' started by joecoulson, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. joecoulson

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    Just redid what was my Malawi tank and converted it to Tangs!
    65g (36wx18dx24h) Aqueon tank
    Eheim 2217, hydor inline 200w, 4 T5 NO (3 10k ,1 actinic), BG by designsbynature.net, Sicce Voyager 2 for flow under the rocks, 75lbs of rock (mix), Java fern, Aragonite substrate

    5 N. Brichardi
    2 N. Caudopunctatus
    2 N. Multifaciatus
    2 N. Leleupi
    1 N. Cylindricus
    1 J. Transcriptus

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    Thanks for looking!
     
  2. C L O W N K N I F E

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    Wow! great tank and pics
     
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    Hey thanks!
     
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    Probably going to add some Ocellatus to the mix....
     
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    Anyone think it's full or that I could add more?
     
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    Nice setup and collection......
     
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    awesome tank!
     
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    I think you still have some room for a few more and if you could find a tanganyikan eel that'd be great
     
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    Spoke too soon. Daffodil babies. At least 12. Will get pix up soon.
     
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    awesome tank! I would love to have a big tanganyikan community. Maybe you could add some cyprichromis of some kind to occupy the mid-upper area of the tank? Just a thought
     

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