30g multifasciatus tank
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
Still cycling - and am watching for a source to get some multi's! I added a pleco for alge control...
Jan 13, 2003
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
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
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
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
Looking better all the time.
Dec 5, 2003
Awesome tank!
Sep 18, 2004
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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