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Old 07-22-2014, 01:56 PM   #1
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Questions about Adding more fish to my 35 gallon hex

Right now I have:
1 flame gourami
1 dwarf gourami
1 angel about the size of a quarter now
4 congo tetras
1 golden ram
1 gold panda molly
1 small platy
4 pepper cory cats
1 pleco

I recently lost two platies. Should I even add any more fish? I was thinking maybe one more but maybe not. I think I might be already well stocked.

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