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Old 09-21-2011, 10:48 AM   #1
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Post your malawi set up pics here!!!

Hi. I currently have a 33g Malawi cichlid tank however I am going to transfer to a 4ft 65g tank in the next couple of weeks. I want tips and ideas on a new setup so please leave a pic of your Malawi tanks on here. There's a few pics if mine below. Cheers.
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Old 09-21-2011, 02:14 PM   #2
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Here's my 55 gallon tank
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Old 09-21-2011, 06:51 PM   #3
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Hi. I currently have a 33g Malawi cichlid tank however I am going to transfer to a 4ft 65g tank in the next couple of weeks. I want tips and ideas on a new setup so please leave a pic of your Malawi tanks on here. There's a few pics if mine below. Cheers.
I see some fish from lake Tanganyika in that tank that shouldn't be mixed with Mbuna.

One looks like either a Neolamprologus tretocephalus or a Fronstosa.
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This is everything thats in there.

3 fuelleborni (1 male 2 female)
2 yellow labs
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And 2 sunshine peacocks that are about to have their own tank.
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I'm really sorry. You were Talking about the original post and i didn't even notice. I thought this was just a "show your tank" thread. Sorry again. :/
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Here are some of my tanks....
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Last was the cat.... The tanks are kitty TV ( and the pups watch too!)
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I see some fish from lake Tanganyika in that tank that shouldn't be mixed with Mbuna.

One looks like either a Neolamprologus tretocephalus or a Fronstosa.
It's a frontosa. I know I should nt mix them but I really liked it and know a few other people who have got them with malawis and they ve had no problems. The only problem I do have is all new fish are getting killed in my current tank. I'm putting this down to an aggressive aulonocara, hopefully he ll settle down in the new tank or I may have to give him up.
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I really like this design. This is probably close to what I'm gonna try in my new tank. However I'm gonna use ocean rock a decorative pieces.
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