Originally Posted by JDogg
um lets see i have been keeping fish in one way or another for abut 15 years now.
I am a science teacher in minnesota.
my "at home tank" is 28 gallons. it contains 3 angel fish (1 gold and 2 "wild" type) 1 tiger barb, 5 sepia tetra i blue graumi, i pleco, i ram cichlid, and 2 cory.
at school i have two tanks both 10 gallons, 1 with a adult, female albino african clawed frog and the other with a mated pair of convicts and there 4 day old fry.
this guy sure does not know much about fish... a pair of convicts in a 10 gallon 8O
i am not sure that a 28 is big enough for 3 angels and a Gourami
tiger barbs will do better in a group of at least 6 and may nip the fins of your other fish, keep an eye on the sepia tetra for the same reason. in fact i would try to trade the lone tiger barb into the lfs
and get a couple more sepia tetra, IMO
do you know what type of pleco you have, if it is a common pleco
i will easily outgrow that tank.
my advice to the OP is this... move the pair of convicts to a larger tank, maybe a 25 to 30 gallon.
and perhaps trade in one of the angels, especialy if a pair forms the odd fish out could be killed.
you are off to a good start and will do just fine
i see you having over 1800 posts someday 8)