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Old 01-27-2012, 10:57 AM   #1
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90 litre headache

picked up a tank yesterday 90 litre with stand but the tank was cracked this has now been fixed and i am testink for leaks tomorrow


what to do with it is my question allready have 166 litre in living room thinking of putting it in the bathroom but what do i put in it ?

some nice ideas please i want something special
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At least water changes will be easy if it's in the bathroom. I think I'd worry about humidity and temperature fluctuations in the room, if it has a shower/bath.

Roughly 22 US gallons.... what kind of fish do you like?

I'd do a few large schools of small fish, like ember tetras and pygmy corys. Maybe a dwarf gourami.
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mabe some rams ?
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I've never had them, although I like them. I can't really say what their needs are or what their compatibility is.
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A pair of GBR would fit if it is a longer tank. but I'd skip them with the other fish you have planned.
If you put it in the bathroom be careful that no chemicals make their way into the tank. Deodorant, perfume, hairspray, shower cleaner, air freshener, etc.
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