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Old 09-24-2011, 08:48 AM   #1
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Just started setting this up, trying to find a good used canister filter for it, thinking about putting in dwarf cichlids since it's a 35g. tank, with water quality from here I'll do Africans, plus they are the mist colorful.
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Just started setting this up, trying to find a good used canister filter for it, thinking about putting in dwarf cichlids since it's a 35g. tank, with water quality from here I'll do Africans, plus they are the mist colorful.
Nice job! I like Cichlids also, I don't have any though.
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Going to take a while, saving for a canister filter and I also want LED light on it.
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You don't need a cannister filter to keep cichlids. An HOB or even a large sponge filter would work.There are a number of West African cichlids that would do well in that size tank, including kribensis. A few of the smaller Tangs such as Julidichromis species also.
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I like canister filters due to the fact that they are very versatile and I can keep my tank closer to the wall.
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