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Old 04-04-2014, 09:33 PM   #1
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What to do, what to do?

I have 4 tanks
75gal planted
3 angels
5 blk skirt tetras
11 mixed corys

37 gal tall
7 adult mollies

10 gal
9 new born mollies

Extra 10 gal
3 kuhli loaches

What I'm looking at doing is take the fish in the 75 and put them in the 37 and make that tank an angel tank. What I want is a fish that is aggressive. And the only one I can find is the salvini. Can I do maybe one or two sals in the 75 planted and then keep the mollies as feeders?
Ideas? Comments?

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Old 04-04-2014, 11:52 PM   #2
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You should retitle this more along the line of "aggressive fish for a 75" you might get more hits that way SOrry I couldn't help you with your actual question

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Old 04-27-2014, 06:38 AM   #3
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I would have said that your 37 G might be a bit small for 3 adult angels, maybe get away with 2 and the rest of your stock. You might find that even if they get on now, if you suddenly halve their tank size it might get ugly. Depends on the size of the Angels.

Aggressive fish for 75G
Based on my experience, the best candidates would be
Jack Dempsey
Green Terror
Blue Acara

Not all in a 75 of course. It would be very advisable to get as Juveniles and overfilter, but you could do;

1 GT
1 Salvini


1 JD
1 Salvini
1 Jewel or Male Convict or Male Sajica

1 Female Con
1 Jewel
1 Blue Acara
1 Female Sajica

Quite easy on with any of those combos.

Throw in a few decent size catfish and in the case of option 2 and 3, a school of 5-6 4" barbs and you would be fine.
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