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Old 04-27-2011, 08:59 AM   #21
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Nice.! I can see that I am going to have to really step up my cichlid game now. LOL My tank looks so empty and noobish in comparison to all these wonderful setups!
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Thanks, Yes these setups are great, i feel i am going to need stepup a little as well, kids are keeping me busy from finding time to put the rock i have waiting for the tank in the tank. My tank is empty per say 13 fish in a 120, ordering Falvus and either Afra White Top Hara or Afra Likoma
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:21 AM   #23
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Nice Nice work kenny. I am in awe. !!!Looks fabulous. One day i will get there...hehe
Thanks Carey, just want to get some acei and that will do. Im struggling with brown algie at the moment, pain in the butt you can see it on one of my plants in the pic, ugly stuff!!!!!
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:25 AM   #24
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All I see when i look at your tanks is WOW lol.
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:28 AM   #25
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All I see when i look at your tanks is WOW lol.
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Getting there a lil at a time got my fluval fx5 yesterday. Leaving Rena in there for a whole bc it's seeded.... My 140 , I haven't messed with the others more yet...
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Old 04-28-2011, 08:02 PM   #27
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nice tank BI80

anyways here's my 55 gallon
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2 yellow labs
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1 acei
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1 red peacock (he's not red yet)
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Old 04-29-2011, 05:57 AM   #28
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Coming to the end of a fishless i hope
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The tanks in this post are great. BI80, love the tank with the clay pots...awesome.

This is a 150 gallon Cichlid tank i just started. Only 3 Yellow Labs inhabit the tank right now.

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Thx joey my 90had more in as I am trying to make it happy for the jack Dempsey pair as they get older and smaller for convicts too. Getting more rock and slate this weekend here to hopefully finish them off. My nephew loves rock hunting with me!!! Of course he's 3 tho lol.....
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thats some AWESOME tanks, geeze I want to hit the lottery or something so I can really add to mine. lol Thanks for the pics everyone
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My blood parrots peach and ojoe
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Just a couple of my 100g Malawi set up, enjoy.
Hay Kenny where did you get that rock on the right is that a Texas holey?
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My tang tank everyone hiding bar the cyprichromis and killifish and my occies typical I love tangs have two breeding pairs of cyps, julies and multis good job I only have one five bar
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Old 05-03-2011, 03:13 AM   #35
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Hay Kenny where did you get that rock on the right is that a Texas holey?
Hi, in Sydney. the larger rocks, including the one on the right, are fakes, best I ever saw. A hippy guy makes them in random shapes and three sizes and only sells them in Sydney oz. They resemble bluestone.
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Nice set-ups everyone!

One of mine. One of three 100gal African set-ups; this one is mixed peacock and N. brichardi cichlids



Male Peacock;


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One of the N. brichardi;


One of an older N. brichardi fry;


And a couple of the younger N. brichardi fry;


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Kenny, may I ask where you got your rock and what type it is? It's really lovely.

never mind, I see you already answered this one
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Bl, your tank is awesome too - it has so much character!
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My tang tank everyone hiding bar the cyprichromis and killifish and my occies typical I love tangs have two breeding pairs of cyps, julies and multis good job I only have one five bar
Now that is what I call nice fish well done
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Now that is what I call nice fish well done
Cheers.... feed them live and frozen along with a large variety of mysis flakes tang flakes and jbl tang stuff they like variety cyps on second batch of fry and julies breeding three large fry at present so doing something right, thanks
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