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Old 10-05-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
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So my cycle is pretty much done, and I think I might want to get more fish fish to make it a little "fuller" but jot crouded. Currently I have one sailfin pleo, and 5 Australian Rainbowfish. What get I would like to be hardier and not overly sensitive to water conditions. suggestions please. oh, and its is a 20 gal. tall tank.
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You could have a school of tetras or danios, or some cory cats. There are so many different options it's impossible to list them all. Go on Aquarium Fish: Tropical Freshwater Fish and Saltwater Fish for Home Aquariums and look under the freshwater section, just remember to narrow it down to minimum 20 gallon fish. It's a good way to get some ideas.
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You could have a school of tetras or danios, or some cory cats. There are so many different options it's impossible to list them all. Go on Aquarium Fish: Tropical Freshwater Fish and Saltwater Fish for Home Aquariums and look under the freshwater section, just remember to narrow it down to minimum 20 gallon fish. It's a good way to get some ideas.
Oh cool website! Thanx.
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Um, personally I think the Rainbowfish aren't suited for your tank. They can grow up to 5" and would prefer more horizontal swim space than a 20 gal can provide them. I'd rehome them or upgrade to a much larger tank before you think about stocking anything else.
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