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Old 12-30-2005, 12:33 AM   #1
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rams + apisto + 15 gallon aquarium

This is simply a hypothetical question, but I've always wanted to put a pair of Rams into my 15 gallon aquarium (high top). But I already have an Apisto in there, a Borelli's I think. The aquarium's nicely planted and the only other tankmates are on the upper levels excluding the lone Cory I have. So would it be okay to put the Rams into this aquarium if I wanted to? I probably won't, because in my opinion it might be too crowded, but incase I got the inkling...
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