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Old 11-19-2011, 11:37 AM   #1
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Rock Dweller bare setup???

I am going to raise 10 unsexed fry of Mbipia cf Lutea, rock dwellers.

My 55g setup right now is Rena XP3 with near black play sand.

I was planning a tank that is somewhat bare, just some clay pots on the bottom and eventually add plants which will be in clay pots with root tabs to keep the tank easy to clean. I am into the minimalistic look..I know people who keep their Cichlids in bare tanks.

Will this work?
55g planted in pots H. sf Crossbar Yala Swamp
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