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Old 01-03-2015, 12:24 PM   #11
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Tetras, cory cats, barbs, and kuhli loaches like to be in groups each of at least 6.
You could get:
15 neon tetras (I find them easier to care for than cardinals)
8 cherry barbs
6 kuhli loaches
6 peppered cory cats
4 electric blue rams
2 bush nose plecos
2 neon dwarf gouramis

That would be about as much as you could get. The rams can be aggressive so watch out if you decide to get them. And the cherry barbs might nip other fish's fins but usually this isn't a problem.
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Old 01-03-2015, 01:09 PM   #12
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Pseudomugil thank you so much that helped me alot I was curious the amount I could have in my tank

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Old 01-03-2015, 08:26 PM   #13
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Yeah you can have quite a bit


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Old 01-04-2015, 03:09 PM   #14
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How are angel fish

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They might get nipped at a little bit but I never had angelfish so I cant help you with that


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The cherry barbs and Rams should be fine. The Angels may become the aggressors of the tank in time.


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The cherry barbs and Rams should be fine. The Angels may become the aggressors of the tank in time.


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Angels are aggressive there so slow moving


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Angels are aggressive there so slow moving


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They're only slow moving when being graceful and majestic. When they've got established territories in a tank they'll move like a runaway train to defend their area.


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Thank you both for your help I think I will hold of on the angels

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Here's a update on the fishtank looking for a place to get plants and driftwood of any one has any ideas checked the local pet store and got the 3 small driftwood with plants on them but that's all they really had

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