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Old 07-14-2013, 06:45 PM   #1
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So yesterday I picked up a pair of 10gal tanks for free(well outside of gas)...I'm thinking of setting one up to grow out algae rocks for my shrimp and use the other to get some CPD's (love the looks)..how many in a planted tank could I house? Anyone have them and can offer advice on the fish?
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Galaxy rasboras or cpds are great nano fish. Only problem is that they can be very expensive
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So yesterday I picked up a pair of 10gal tanks for free(well outside of gas)...I'm thinking of setting one up to grow out algae rocks for my shrimp and use the other to get some CPD's (love the looks)..how many in a planted tank could I house? Anyone have them and can offer advice on the fish?
I would do 10 (you probably can do more, but I'm not exactly an expert on cpds! ) Or 6 cpds and 6 ember tetras would work.
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