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Old 11-22-2011, 11:59 AM   #1
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New 50 gallon stocking

I am thinking of transferring all my stock from my 36 gallon into my new 50 gallon tank.
Currently I have
2 female kribensis
1 male kribensis
2 albino pleco
2 albino tiger barb
3 tiger barb.

I was wondering what else I would be able to add. I thought about having adding another male kribensis so I can have two pairs. Not sure if it'll be a good idea. Any suggestions?
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