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PostAuthor: bazjo0807 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 21:39

Hi
I've been keeping I've been keeping tropicals of various description for the last 15 yrs. Thought it about time I took the plunge and started to keep malawis. At the moment I have 3 white labs 3 yellow tails 2 other pairs that I have forgotten the name of at the moment. Oops. They are in a 150 litre at the moment. But are due to move to my 350l when it has cycled where I can build my stock. Don't know why I didn't convert years ago. Beautiful fish.

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PostAuthor: trumps » Fri Mar 21, 2014 12:14

:hi and :welcomeflash to the forum.

The 350l will suit them well and with the right filtration and mix of fish you will be loking at around 35-40 fish.

These fish are great characters and are very addictive :roll:

Look forward to the updates and we love pics
cheers,

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PostAuthor: Rdwh » Fri Mar 21, 2014 14:23

Welcome to the forum, you are right that these fish are stunning. sounds ok what you have at the moment, but i think you already understand the size tank needed
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PostAuthor: matt_harry_harrison » Sat Mar 22, 2014 00:17

Hi and welcome to the Malawi forum. Looking forward to your updates

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