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Old 02-28-2010, 03:36 PM   #11
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Not exactly sure.. but you can have 2-3 females PER male. So in a 75G i would think 6 would be a decent limit lol. 2 males, and 4 females. Maybe you could get away with more, but why try it? I mean.. would you really only want one type of fish in 75G worth of space? lol. Kindof defeats the purpose of diversity in tanks right?

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True,i have two now its hard to see if they are male or female.

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