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Old 09-25-2011, 01:16 PM   #1
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Rams and tetras!!!!

So I got my neons about a month ago, and they were in qt for 3 weeks and now in the display tank. And I just got my gbrs yesterday and they are so pretty!!! I believe it is a male and a female, can someone please confirm? But if all goes well hopefully I can add them to my display tank in a week or two.

For my stocking of a 20 long it is...
10x neons
2x blue rams

Would I be able to add another pair of gold rams? Thanks!
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:17 PM   #2
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Awesome they look so pretty!
Could you get us a bigger shot of the rams? Thanks
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I am REALLY wanting some rams!
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Old 09-25-2011, 01:26 PM   #4
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So I got my neons about a month ago, and they were in qt for 3 weeks and now in the display tank. And I just got my gbrs yesterday and they are so pretty!!! I believe it is a male and a female, can someone please confirm? But if all goes well hopefully I can add them to my display tank in a week or two.

For my stocking of a 20 long it is...
10x neons
2x blue rams

Would I be able to add another pair of gold rams? Thanks!
Beautiful new fish! Beautiful tank also!
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I can try, they're only about an 1-1.5 inches

What do you think about adding another pair?
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IMO a twenty gallon is only big enough for one pair of rams.
The one on the right in the second pic looks like a male, not sure about the first one.
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The first has a pink belly, so is it a female?
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Also could I add any other fish to the tank?
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Not necessarily, the best way to tell if it's a female to see if the black dot is solid or has blue spangles in it. If it has blue spangles, its a girl. If it's solid black, it's a boy.
Sure you could add more fish, what were you thinking?
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Idk I wanna keep it south American, haha I'm afraid if I add another school it'll look too busy. So idk
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