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Old 10-17-2005, 09:08 PM   #1
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Stocking 55g

Here it is,
5- Serpae Tetra
8 inches
1- Black, Red-Tailed Shark
5.5 inches
2- Red Honey Gourami
4.8 inches
1- Striped Rapheal Catfish
7.2 inches
3- Otos
6 inches
4- Zebra Loaches
16 inches
5- Long-Finned Danio
10 inches

Grand Total: 57.2 inches

I plan on using added filteration to ensure they all can live well. I know understocking is better than overstocking, but what can I say? I like fish. In this tank I plan on using add current to the tank, air bubbles, powerheads, BUT NO UGFs. This is a semi-planted tank with peagravel and small river pebbles as a substrate. Want I would like to know is if these fish are capable of living with eachother and thriving in this sort of tank. ALL comments, critics, suggestions are appreciated.

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Aside from the somewhat high bioload, I do not see any appreciable problems at all. What filtration are you planning?
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I would suggest a canister filter if you can afford it, if not, a HOB power filter is good. Do you already have all of those fish? or is that what you are planning on buying?
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