30g multifasciatus tank
mn0270100
30 (U.S.) Gallons

General Information
Filtration Eheim 2213
Air Pump Small Generic running an Ebo-Jager bubble disk
Heater Ebo-Jager 150w
Lighting All Glass stock 20w Flourescent tube
Substrate Aragonite
Rocks Texas Holey Rocks
Background Hagen Rock background
Plants silk
Feeding once a day - flake
Other Power Sweep 212 (Rotating Power head) 125gph


Water Parameters
Temperature: 79 deg F pH: 8.3 gH: 12 Deg kH: 14 Deg Nitrate Level: 8ppm




Fish List
6 Neolamprologus Multifasciatus
1 Chinese Algae Eater

User Comments
Jan 7, 2003
wolf eel
hi! just wondering how far along you are now! i'm setting up a tang tank also 33g :)
Jan 7, 2003
mn0270100
Still cycling - and am watching for a source to get some multi's! I added a pleco for alge control...
Jan 13, 2003
mn0270100
It would appear that my cycle is complete! I notied Nitrate in my tank for the first time yesterday! Woo-Hoo!!! Now the fun part... Finding fish!
Jan 13, 2003
casinomort
Warning - I started with a 35 gal and bought too many "small" cichlids, 12, that after 6 months really needed a 75 - 100 gallon because they got to be 4 - 5 " each. Stick with some small fish, Julies?, and not too many. Good Luck!
Feb 5, 2003
playa
My suggestion would be to spread out the rocks a little more and create more aquaspacing.The fish will need as much room as possible to swim in a tank that size.
Feb 12, 2003
mn0270100
Just noticed fry in the tank tonight! I have confirmed 4 for sure and pretty sure there is at least 5 in a cluster of 3 shells! Woo-Hoo!
Apr 19, 2003
Anonymous
Looking better all the time.
Dec 5, 2003
ShawnStanley
Awesome tank!
Sep 18, 2004
motorfin
Great looking tank and stand. Love the corner pieces on the tank. Gives it a nice "built in" look.

Last Updated: September 17, 2004

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