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Old 06-02-2013, 08:48 AM   #11
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I follow this rule: when stocking a new tank, put the most peaceful fish in first, and the aggressive, territorial ones last. That way the non-aggressive ones can get acquainted with their surroundings without a fish mowing them down.

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That is a good rule but I can't follow it because I don't get aggressive fish. Lol
Only community fish.
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Gouramis are semi-aggressive. But they have different personalities like bettas, so Nettie can do it.
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Thank you everyone. Some really useful advice. Yes it is planted.
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Gouramis are semi-aggressive. But they have different personalities like bettas, so Nettie can do it.
If you want multiple gourami, the ratio of male to female must be 1:2 or else the males will fight each other. Yeah, some gouramis are nicer than others and will not bother other fish.
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