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Old 04-30-2013, 07:59 PM   #11
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Air to water surface area plays a big role in gas exchanges. A long wide tank can have more fish than a tall narrow tank. Even if its the same gallons. The co2 is able to escape easier keeping the ph from going acidic. Or vice versa. More research is needed on each fish you want to keep
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It is recommended to add the more aggressive fish at the end. I was told by my fish guy that i could quarantine the more agressive fish. Add the new fish so that fish can become more stable and stress free. After two weeks introduce the other fish back in your tank. But thats just one opinion
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