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Old 10-03-2011, 07:35 PM   #1
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compatibly question

So I was wondering would it be possible to add 4-5 glo tetras with 3 sunburst platties? Platties are real small still fry 3/4 in tops, 10gal tank

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The species are compatable, but I think that would be too cramped for all the them to live long-term. Are you going to re-home the platys when they are bigger, or would the set-up be long-term?
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