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Old 10-08-2014, 10:52 PM   #21
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I would for the gold nugget. Once they get over their initial shyness, they're a blast to watch. And very pretty

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Old 10-09-2014, 08:22 AM   #22
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I would for the gold nugget. Once they get over their initial shyness, they're a blast to watch. And very pretty

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OMG I know...they are very pretty and definitely an eye catcher. They are just hard to get; I'm trying to be patient though
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So I've made a few additions over the past few weeks. My tank is currently stocked with the following:

11 Black Skirt Tetras
11 Black Neon Tetras
11 Neon Tetras
9 Bloodfin Tetras
4 Cherry Barbs
10 Zebra Danios
8 Corys
1 Blue Pearlscale Angel
1 Emperor Pleco (sooooo pretty. I just got him on Sunday and he's only about an inch long.)

I am pretty much done stocking...though I do plan on adding 5-6 more Cherry Barbs to finish out that school. I've been keeping a close eye on Nitrates, and they only get to around 40 before I do my water change...so that's not too bad. I may try to squeeze in 2-3 more Neon Tetras; they are just so colorful and their size doesn't add too much of a bio load.

I am also thinking about adding a live plant or two. Something that may help keep Nitrates even lower, but it also very easy to care for.

Any ideas?
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