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Old 12-09-2012, 08:30 PM   #21
 
I'm problely going to do the Cichlid tank could you get me some pics of both kinds I just would want to see them so I could decide wich I want as for my pics I don't know how to upload them but if I decide to it'll probably be of my current 35 tank I'm getting the tanks in the summer when I move I know it's a long way of but I think the more planning I do the bettethe finshed tank will be.
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I'm problely going to do the Cichlid tank could you get me some pics of both kinds I just would want to see them so I could decide wich I want as for my pics I don't know how to upload them but if I decide to it'll probably be of my current 35 tank I'm getting the tanks in the summer when I move I know it's a long way of but I think the more planning I do the bettethe finshed tank will be.
If you are asking about pics of different cichlids check our profiles. There is a cichlid section. The fish are listed alphabetically by common name or (if you click it) scientific name. African rift lake species (needing harder water) are combined with the Central American (medium water, for lack of a better word) and South American (soft water) species, and each has a photo. Not all known species are included, but a representative number.

To upload photos here, in a post: in the area headed "Additional Options" below the window in which you type, click the "Manage Attachments" button, then in the pop-up click "Browse" and find the photo on your PC, double click, and then click "Upload." If it is a jpeg file it will work.

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Old 12-17-2012, 08:49 AM   #23
 
Hi again I have just seen these things called axolotls and I wouldn't mind having one or two. tell me if that would work with just those in the tank?
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Hi again I have just seen these things called axolotls and I wouldn't mind having one or two. tell me if that would work with just those in the tank?
I'm not sure if there are members here with axolotls, so here is a link to a site devoted to this interesting amphibian:
Axolotls - Requirements & Water Conditions in Captivity
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