I still love your tank man... Are those dimensions you listed in centimeters or inches? If they are in centimeters...that means your tank is approximately 11 ft long...
You have an awesome tank. I'd love to one day own a tank that size. Where in your home is that tank? Basement?
I am currently in the process of finishing up my stocking for my 265gal tank which is 7ft long by 2ft wide and 2.5ft (30inches) tall or 1,003.13412 liters and 213.36cm x 60.96cm x 76.2cm.
My stocklist contains the following species but I did NOT list the quantities. Depending on how they get a long and how crowded it looks when they're all adult size I may remove a couple:
Lichnochromis acuticeps F1
Tyrannochromis nigriventer F1
Tyrannochromis macrostoma/maculiceps Wild (not sure which variant, the macrostoma or the maculiceps...time will tell)
Aulonocara stuartgranti Ungi
Aulonocara stuartgranti Maulana
Aulonocara stuartgranti Ngara
Aulonocara stuartgranti Cobue
Protomelas "steveni taiwan" Taiwanee Reef
Protomelas spilonotus Mara Rocks
Protomelas "spilonotus tanzania" Liuli
Mchenga conophoros Otter Point
Taeniolethrinops furcicauda Chiofu Liwani
Lethrinops sp. "Green Chest" Manda
Sciaenochromis fryeri Marleri Island
Buccochromis spectabilis F1
Ancistrus sp. "Albino Bristlenose"
Otopharynx lithobates Zimbawe Rock
Dimidiochromis compressiceps half blind male (rescued him from certain culling at my LFS...got him for free)
Like I said, from the list it sounds very crowded. Currently though I have the tank aquascaped with minimal rocks and mostly open water and so far everybody is fine except for the stuartgranti peacocks that spar for dominance and the two sulphurhead protomelas have been fighting recently (will have to sell one of them soon).
I plan on having a breeding group with the Lichnochromis and the Taeniolethrinops, and maybe a breeding trio with the Exochochromis.
Anyway, just out of curiosity what do you think of my species choices for my list? I do certainly love your tank, especially the B. rhoadesi, the C. rhoadesi, the T. maculiceps, and the T. holotaenia...