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In the message box, click "go advanced", this will bring up another box. Look for a little smiley face, next to that is a paperclip, click on the paperclip, it will open another box, browse to where the image you want to upload is located, provided it is not too big, then click upload.
If you have the image stored on a free hosting site such as flickr or photobucket (two popular choices), you can directly link the picture from that by providing the address of the picture.
We also have an option to add pictures of your tanks to your profile. To do this, at the top of the page (Blue Bar), is AQUARIUM LOG, click on that and it will allow you add details about your tank, keep a record of water parameters.
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I agree with what the others have posted here, you need a larger tank for these fish and even still may have some issues.
I would highly recommend you keep the Frontosa in a tank alone, they can become stressed in the presence of mbuna (yellow labs, demansoni). The demansoni is by far the most aggressive fish you have, they NEED a large group of 1 male to at least 6-8 females to stop aggression issues. They hate other fish with a passion and will constantly nip and fight in such a small tank.
BristleNose plecos also work well with Africans although the synodontis are much better and usually cost a little more.
The other users have posted some good responses here and the information they have provided is correct with ONE EXCEPTION. DO NOT GO BY 1" PER GALLON
, this is outdated and is extremely unreliable., it gives a good rough estimate but large waste producing, aggressive fish in a small tank = bad news.
Welcome to the forum and we look forward to seeing your pictures.