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Old 03-13-2014, 05:25 AM   #1
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Nano fish compatability

Hey so I consider myself a nano expert but this one has got me stumped. I am considering setting up a paladarium in my 20 tall and I want to keep vampire crabs. My question is will vampire crabs get along with green neon tetras, chilli rasbora, scarlet badis, and pygmy gouramis? I dont plan on having all those btw they are just on my maybe list
I am just concerned the crabs will eat these tiny fish. Thoughts?

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