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Been working the fish around in this tank for the last three weeks,the majority grew up together over the last four years but i recently relocated them all to my 220g.
Heres some pictures of My 220g show tank, all fish are Malawi, all male except for 3 girls, and over 30 fish 5-12" fully coloured. Its my favorite tank yet!
Stock List:
2 Iceberg Fryeri 6-7"
1 Lithobates 6"
2 Placido. Jalo Reef 8"
2 (1:1) Proto. Spilonatus Sulpher crest 10"
1 Ruby Red peacock 5"
1 Maisoni Peacock 6"
1 OB Fryeri 6"
2 (1:1) Firefish Peacock 5-6"
8 F1 Yellow Labs 2-5"
1 Borelyi Croc Rocks 7"
1 Borleyi (Forget Loc) 5"
1 Phenochilus Tanzania 7"
1 Red empress 6"
1 Mylochomis Lateristriga 7"
2 (1:1) Fosso. Rostratus 12"
1 Taiwan reef 6"
1 Taiwan Reef albino 7"
1 Spilonnatus Tanzania 7"
1 C. Moori 5"
I'm sure im forgeting a few lol...

Feeding Frenzy!


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That`s a lot of really nice fishes.
I envy u a lot.
 

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would like to see a full tank shot
 

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im having problems becuase the fish swim so fast, that whenever i go to take a full tank shot I stand far back and the fish look blurry. thanks alot,

Joea, if you see this, this is where those labs are going,
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Very nice collection, I'm jealous. :D

I belevie the borleyi that you forgot the loctaion on is from mbenji. :thumb:

Also, I've been looking for info on the Mylochromis Lateristriga, can you tell me how the temperament is on that guy. Thanks
 

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the mylochromis is very docile, i have had wild ones too and they are the same way. it is a mbenji now that i think about it, i was drawing a mind blank lol. His fins got chewed by someone in the last week or two becuase they use to be LONG!
 

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It goes without saying tha those are stunning fish. What hasn't been mentioned yet is your photo skills. Those are some great shots. I have a difficult time getting clear, focused, well colored and detailed shots. If you have any tips (other than buying a $2,000 camera) I'd love to hear them. Thanks.
 

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Amazing tank...just stunning..

Tips for photographing fish...

-Turn your flash off, naturall lighting is best.

-turn your shutterspeed up, but not too fast. Too slow, and the fish are blurry, too fast, and the fish are dark unless your lighting is really good.

-Take ALOT of pictures. Only a handfull out of every hundered or so are actually good, but that is why we have digital cameras :dancing:
 

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I hate you............
Not really i think your awesome :lol:
Awesome fish, awesome tank :thumb:
 

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Way to go!! :thumb: Nice setup!
 
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