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Cichlid heaven my stock list in 1400lt tank

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09 Dec 2014 12:48 - 09 Dec 2014 13:37 #1 by cichlidheaven (graham wynne)
hi all

Have been keeping tropical fish for about 20 years now, started off with basic guppys /mollies etc. i then had large South American cichlids , then dicsus , then a planted tank with showl of tetra's but for the last 4 years have specialised with African cichlids and a mix of pleco's







stock in tank at moment

metriaclima estherae (red zebra) breeding group

metriaclima greshakei ( ice blue) male

hybrid metriaclima ( cross of two above lovely white body and fins with yellow belly)


pseudotropheus acei ngara( white tailed acei) breeding group of original and own breed


sciaenochromis fryeri cape maclear ( electric blue hap) 2 own bread males and 5 females



aulonocara stuatgranti ( red shoulder) male


aulonocara stuatgranti maleri( chidunga rocks) group


astatotilapia latifasciata ( victorian zebra) male and female

labidochromis caeruleus ( yellow lab) breeding group

haplochromis sp44 ( victorian sp44 red tail) breeding group

Haplochromis Borleyi Redfin, Kadango large male and 2 females have breed frequently



assorted firefish / red dragons and albino fore fish aulonocara group of males and females

assorted OB peacocks all males

pleco's and Synodontis

pleco L240 galaxy pleco /vampire



Pleco L200 Green phantom

Synodontis multipunctatus (cuckoo catfish).1



Synodontis eupterus 1



Synodontis granulosus 1
Last edit: 09 Dec 2014 13:37 by cichlidheaven (graham wynne). Reason: insert pictures

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09 Dec 2014 13:15 #2 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)
That's quite a list! Sounds like you have your hands full. Welcome to the forum.

"The only thing that burns in Hell is the part of you that won't let go of your life; your memories, your attachments. They burn them all away. But they're not punishing you.They're freeing your soul."

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09 Dec 2014 14:01 #3 by ipcompto (Ian Compton)
Love your tank its awesome!
Ian

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09 Dec 2014 14:46 #4 by Remy (Remy)
serious fish keeper,serious fish tank!respect!

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09 Dec 2014 21:34 #5 by anthonyd (Anthony Debesne)
Welcome to the forum.
Thanks for the pictures, avoided me to google the names to know what the fish look like :crazy:

Anthony

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09 Dec 2014 22:13 #6 by upthedeise (jp molloy)
Nice tank.
Just to give you a heads up I don't think your fryeri , cuckoo cat and granulosus are what you think they are.

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09 Dec 2014 22:16 #7 by Aroshni (Lydia Olivera)

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09 Dec 2014 22:17 #8 by swai (Simon)
Holy crap! U could go for a swim in there!

Marino, Dublin 9

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10 Dec 2014 08:44 #9 by hammie (Neil Hammerton)
If I bring a chair and some popcorn can I sit in front of that tank for a while please????

Thats beautiful and envy inspiring!!!!

Fair Play, I wish I had something even half the size at the moment!!!

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