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Old 02-20-2014, 07:02 PM   #1
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inverts with small cichlids - possible?

Ok got my tank (with the bosses permission) cycling has started.

Planning on a pair of keyhole, bristlenose pleco and a shoal of cherry barbs, just wondering if their are any inverts that can be kept with the keyholes.

Seen a few things but don't know if they would survive

Red claw crabs, I think their brackish but the guy says they can be kept in fw. Also armoured shrimp, never heard of them before but their not crayfish. Would also like to know if their are any kinds of snails that could go into the tank.
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