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Old 09-10-2013, 03:09 PM   #1
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So im new here and also to aquariums i have a 10 gallon that i recently got and i would like to know what kind of fish i can have and how many due to the limited space i have also would you recomend plants if so what kind. Its kind of difficult since i been to a couple of local of pet shops and seems they dont have much knowledge since they wont even know what is the adult size of some species.

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The best thing, I'm my opinion for a 10 gallon would be a school of small tetras like neon tetras, or live breeders, like guppies or swordtails.
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Thank u i was also looking at guppies too. Do you think its a good idea to get real plants?
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Real plant are always a good thing. They help convert more waist into less harmful substances. If you google low light aquarium plants you should be able to find plenty.

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Old 09-10-2013, 11:32 PM   #7
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Thank you i will look for some plants i already found some options
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