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Lost everything

Bmorefishboy

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I just recently lost all my fish to a power outage if anybody has anything the they are wanting to rehome or give away feel free to text me @4437070777
 

Becca

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Staff member
I just lost half of a very rare (and expensive) tank to I don't even know what. Filters are running fine, temperature, pH, Nitrates, Ammonia all on target... I'm getting ready to take out a voltage meter and check for a voltage leak in the tank. It sucks. I'm sorry for your loss and give you credit for not just wanting to kick it all to the curb.
 

Becca

CCA Members
Staff member
I have a "blue eyed blonde" ancistrus you could have. It's not an actual L144, it's the cheap knockoff.
 

Drmavis

CCA Members
I have a bunch of kribensis (1-2") and a bunch of small chocolate cichlids (hypselecara temporalis, 2") you can have if you come pick them up. Located in 20853.
 

Drmavis

CCA Members
For which fish?

Right now I have the young kribensis and chocolate cichlids in 20 gallon high tanks to grow them out.

I have 3 large chocolate cichlids in my 210 gallon tank (along with other fish), and they get fairly big as adults (up to 12 inches and thick). I wouldn't put a pair of full grown chocolate cichlids in less than a 55 gallon tank myself (assuming excellent filtration), and many would say even that is pushing it. For my 210 gallon tank, I have an FX6 canister filter, a SunSun canister filter, and 4 large Hydro-sponge filters and I do 80% water changes every 1-2 weeks.

Kribensis are dwarf cichlids and only get 2-3 inches long max, so if you have a smaller setup those would be a better choice.

Mike
 
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