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Old 07-01-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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10 gallon community stocking?

Any ideas? On a tiny budget, so no Gold tipped fancy flabbergoo fish, lolz
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Old 07-01-2013, 08:21 PM   #2
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Any ideas? On a tiny budget, so no Gold tipped fancy flabbergoo fish, lolz
I'd do pygmy Corydoras, sparkling gouramis or dwarf gouramis, and some small rasboras like the chili rasbora. That'd be an awesome tank to look at. Plus none of those are that expensive!
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Some endler's livebearers or a school of neon tetras would look great.
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I just fell in LOVE with kuhli loaches. Tank mates fo them?
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I mean FOR them?
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Chili rasboras would be a good option. They are shy so other bottom feeders would present competition for food.
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Chili rasboras would be a good option. They are shy so other bottom feeders would present competition for food.
The Khulis or the rasboras?
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the kuhlis are shy.
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the kuhlis are shy.
Ah, I thought you were talking about the rasboras! I was like, they're aren't bottom feeders
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