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  1. #11

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    They are called Ornate Bushfish. Grow to 2.5 inches. If you google Onate bushfish you'll see what they look like. Better looking more worm and such they get.

    Dave

  2. #12

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    Ok thanks.

  3. #13

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    Ok my papa emailed my mom his plans for his tank so she is emailing me so I can post them.

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    ok here his exact words plan on the following fish for African biotype: elephant nose, butterfly, small bichiris, congo tetras, synodontis catfish, ctenopoma, satonoperca, gepphagus, and angel v fish. Want to use low light plants native to Africian rivers and lakes: anubias, java fern and valisaeria along with smooth river rock, drift wood, and a substrate of 2/3 sand and 1/3 small pea gravel. Found a 260 gallon per hour external canister filter that is 3 stage type on amazon. All these fish are compatable with elephant nose and need water parameters of T- 73-82, pH6.0-7.5, and Hardness 5-15. ok I think the cichlids are not compatible but not sure exactly.

  5. #15

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    satanoperca, geophagus and angelfish aren't african FYI. is this deliberate?

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    The first two are but I don't know about the angelfish its from south america wright?

  7. #17

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    yes. All the aforementioned cichlids are south american.

  8. #18

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    Ok would 2 kribs work?

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