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Old 11-22-2011, 01:03 AM   #11
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It would be awesome if you could get a 75g.
As for the videos, I will just say that a couple of videos on youtube are not a good reason to stock our tank a certain way. If you have seen it in real life, that a different matter because you can ask the tank owner questions about how long it has been like that and the water parameters and stuff like that. The one in the first video was most definitely a baby. The gbr looked huge compared to that little guy.
Of course, its your tank, so if you want to try it, go right ahead. You already said you can re-home a fish if it comes to that. So, good luck.
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if i ditch the leleupi what other fish can go in the 75 gal/ any yellow colored fish?
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if i ditch the leleupi what other fish can go in the 75 gal/ any yellow colored fish?
For yellow colors, gold barbs Are nice and not as nippy as you standard tiger barbs. There's also lemon tetras. They look a lot better when in a nice, established tank.
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Unfortunately, there are not many yellow fw fish. Lemon tetras are not really very yellow. Platys come in yellow, and they are awesome little community dwellers. So are guppies. I know they are not as big as the leleupi, but at least you know they can live in the set-up long-term and thrive.
Gold barbs are lovely too. They are worth looking into.
For that matter, gbr are rather yellow too.
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