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Hi all,

Just wanted to say hello, I joined up on the recommendation from a user hear up in cairns after buying some fish off him.

I have only recently moved over to cichlid's from tropical's and started off with some small;

2 x aulonocara fire fish

4 x electric yellows

1 x elongatus chewere

4 x labidochromis mbamba

All still looking good but its only been about 5 days. I have attached a photo of my current setup for any advise I can get, I will be removing the floating weed and adding some more caves in the next 2 days. I found a lot of the info on this site a great and no doubt be on often.

Talk to you later

Mark

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Firstly, welcome, there's plenty of advice around here. Just ask a question :)

As a planted tank guy, knowing all the benefits of plants, I have to say, don't remove the floating stuff if it's just to get rid of plants, it's great for maintaining water quality!

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Tanks been up and running for about 5 years. It's a 4x2x2.5 with a external canister at 2200lph. Had tropicals for most of the time but only recently change over to Africans Cichlids.

I can test atm, but I'm looking at a new kit as my current one is almost out.

Added some more rocks over the weekend and left the floating plants in.

Can anyone recommend a good quality food for the new fish they are about 3-5cm?

Thanks for the welcome.

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