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Old 04-05-2006, 04:04 PM   #1
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Am I all stocked up in my 55??

would you say my 55 gallon has reached it's maximum healthy capacity? I was thinking of maybe another small school of tetras..I would get more bleeding hearts but they are punks and 7 is enough of them!!
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Old 04-05-2006, 10:09 PM   #2
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Well, it depends how often you do water changes and are willing to manage keeping the water parameters in check; to keep all the fish healthy.
Also, you should probably keep an eye on the gouramis, as they can get a little rowdy with each other. You may notice the opaline gourami to get more territorial as it gets larger.
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Another thing is if you decide on getting another school of tetras, that isn't a whole lot more bioload for the tank, so I think you would be ok. Were you thinking of another kind of tetra like maybe rummy nose tetras or another smaller tetra like the rummy nose?
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How low is your NO3 staying?
If your doing enough/large enough water changes to keep nutirents low you will be fine. (for capasity)
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