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I took a new video of my show tank after attending the GCCA auction this past weekend:

You can follow the history of this tank here:
http://www.cichlid-forum.com/phpBB/view ... 7&start=30

Stock list:

White Knight Ahli
Taiwan Reef (1 adult, 1 juvenile)
Protomelas Spilonotus Mara Rocks - Sulphur Head Hap
Placidichromis Electra - Deepwater Hap
Sulphur Head Peacock (not 100% convinced, and not colored very well)
Aulonocara Koningsi
Aulonocara Walteri
German Red (honestly, but he's pretty yellow)
Red Shoulder
Aulonocara Lwanda
Ruby Red (2 juvenile)
"Red Jake" (LFS buy)
Otopharynx Lithobates juveniles (5, will keep best male and may breed the rest)
Yellow Lab (4)
Yellow Tail Aei (3, breeding trio)
Synodontis Petricola (3)

Everyone is getting along so far. I will be adding another filter ASAP. I will be purchasing a Python as well to make frequesnt water changes easier.

It's a busy tank and I'm very happy with the way things are going.
 

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Very nice tank. I love you Aceis (I love them all but those definitely stood out).
 

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Love it :thumb:
 

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@JoelRHale The Acei are the oldest fish in the tank. I had them in my 46G mbuna tank, but moed them as they got bigger to the 75G. They are about 4 in and have a real nice lavendar tone to them depending on their mode and lighting. They leave everyone else alone and everyone else leaves them alone. Here's a link to a video of them spawning in the tank:

It is indeed a very active tank right now. It hasn't quite been a week since the newest (and largest!) fish were introduced, but everyone is getting along and playing nice, but there's no lack of activity that's for sure!
 
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