Convict cichlids are from Central America. They are extremely unpredictable behavior-wise, and are real scrappers, so be careful what you put in with them. They'll eat anything, but in the wild they eat mostly algae and some plant matter, so be sure to include this in their diet. The two you have are male and female (male has longer fins and less color; females usually have bright orange bellies and orange and blue fins), and will likely pair up and breed (if they don't they'll fight with each other, so you'll know right away). The best things for a pair of convicts are A) space, B) cover, D) ditherfish. You have the 75, great. I'd scatter all those caves throughout the tank instead of piling them in a corner. I like to use serpae tetras as ditherfish. They are gorgeous, bombproof, and cheap. I'd say for a 75, maybe 20 serpaes. SAE make good dithers too, and if you raise them together in groups of more than 5, they shoal loosely. And they're great for keeping down the hair algae. A male/female pair of BN plecos will breed and keep down the green slime and diatom algae.