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Old 03-12-2013, 11:44 AM   #1
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First time cichlid

I am about to start up a 45 gallon dirt planted tank. I was gonna use sand for cap and sand on one half with laterite/gravel on second. One the mix side will be big leafy plants with driftwood and on the sand side rock caves with annubas growing on them. This is the stocking option I am currently thinking of and will like some advice as I have never done cichlids before. I was thinking of 3 X Cockatoo Aspito's (1 male and 2 females) with 10 X Cardinal Tetras, 6 X Stebai Cory catfish and 4 Oto catfish. Does this sound like a viable stocking option with the set-up I plan on using?
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