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Old 06-17-2018, 09:10 PM   #1
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10 gal stocking

hello! i have a 10 gal that is currently cycling and i was wondering what your guys recommendations would be on what to stock it with? something tropical because my temp in the room goes from 70-86ish. i just set it up today so i dont know water temps yet or how theyíll fluctuate. im thinking some tetras or a betta
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Endlers!
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those look beautiful! i dont know if my local fish store will have them though ):
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ID:	309333 this is the tank currently, it is a little cloudy cause of the substrate i used. but the temp of the water is supposedly 81-82į but its only 74į in my room. will this lower out more overtime? its only been set up for like 3-4 hours.
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They might be able to order. Endlers are hardy active fish.
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They might be able to order. Endlers are hardy active fish.


right now im having trouble figuring out cycling and trying to lower the pH
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I stocked my 10 gallon with serpae and buenos aires tetras. They're nice looking, hardy and lively.
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I stocked my 10 gallon with serpae and buenos aires tetras. They're nice looking, hardy and lively.


im thinking that im gonna do 6-7 neon tetras and a betta of sorts
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I love rummynose tetras. They have super bright faces and a really cool black/white striped tails.
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