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Old 01-13-2018, 12:02 AM   #1
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So I have a 20 gallon tank that 24 long 12 wide and 16 high and I was thinking about putting some tiger barbs in it. But I also wanted some Corey cats and maybe a few other fish. How many tiger barbs and Cory cats would be good for this tank and would there be any other good fish that could go in there. Thanks

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I think you will run out of room - you may need up to a dozen barbs to spread the aggression around as a thought.

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Barbs are too active and need to be kept in big schools like what Delapool said. The corys are a good idea though. I loved my 20 long with about 7 panda corys, 6 sparkling gouramis, and a clown pleco
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