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Old 10-21-2017, 10:46 AM   #1
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14.5 gallon stock?

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I was wandering if its possible to introduce 3/4 male endlers in a 55lt tank(14.5 gallons gross measure) heavily planted. Tank running since january.
In the tank there are already
1 male betta
7 harlequin rasbora
1 nerite snail
2 amano shrimps

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Not sure - might be pushing it unless they are going to be swimming in unused space eg top layer of tank.
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I tend to think they may inhabit the same portion of the tank as the betta, which could cause some problems. Other than that they're wonderful fish who you should have space for. Have an exit plan for them or the betta, he would love his own tank.
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I think the endlers would be fine. I have had them with Betas before with no problems. Those endlers also would not increase your bio load by too much. They are very neat fish! Have fun!
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Thank you all for your suggestions.
I think I will try it, my betta is a calm guy
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