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Old 07-27-2013, 09:20 PM   #1
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I have a 215L (I think that's 57 US gal, 47 UK gal) planted tank that currently holds a variety of small tetras and some live-bearers. I want to sell most of the fish and buy some bigger ones that stand out more in the tank. This is kind of what I was thinking.............
5 x madagascar rainbows
5 x congo tetras (I already have 4 in the tank anyways)
4 x boesemani rainbows
Maybe 3 angelfish
At the moment the temp is around 25-26C, and the pH is about 7.5. Would this be alright for the above fish, and also would the tank be big enough to hold them???
Also would these fish get along ok with my two coreys and bristlenose pleco?
And is there any space for a couple of other fish, like i was thinking of keeping my 2 mollies or maybe a few neons or rummynoses. Would this be okay?
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