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Here is a video of my four foot set up. All of the fish were bought as very young Juveniles.
Most are F1, the Thumbi red tops are wild and none of the tank bred fish are related. I sourced all the males and females from different places and people.
Hope you like it.


Here is the species list.

6 x Melanachromis Interruptus (F1)
3 X Mel.. Exasperatus (F1)
3 X Metriaclima Pulpicans
1 X Trewavasse ( looking for females )
3 X Redtop Hongis (F1)
3 x Thumbi redtops ( wild )
4 x Spengarea
3 x Red Zabra
3 x Acei (F1)
5 X Petricola

I would love a positive ID on the Trewavasse. Possible Maleri or Zimbabwe. Could the Pulpicans
be a Cynotilapia species.

Excuse my daughters hiccups. :lol: :lol:
 

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The tank is 48" x 18" x 24" with a 36" x 12" x 12" sump..
 

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The plants are real.
They are both species of Anubias. Not to sure on the exact species but the bottom plant is
of the small leaf variety. Great for fry to hide in..
 

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Hi dude.
The lights are just an old twin T8 unit. One bulb is Blue moon and the other is a pinkish colour.
Can`t remember the name of the bulb sorry.

I got the rocks from a friend. Think they are called either Lava rock or Ocean rock.
 

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Awesome tank, fish, lighting, rocks, perfect. I wish I could come over and see it, then head to Temple Bar for a Guiness. Dublin Rocks!
 

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Fishy talk and beer.
Sounds great.. :lol:
 
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