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Old 08-28-2014, 12:36 PM   #1
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My 75 gallon beginning

I finally got my 75 gallon set up and got a few plants ( will eventually be planted) I have 4 angels, 6 various corys, and a glass bloodfin tetra ( last one at my las, will get 9 more. When the tank gets more plants, the driftwood and rock structures will be removed, just cover for the angels and corys. My end stock will hopefully consist of:

4 angels

6 corys

10 glass bloodfins

A couple platies or a ram cichlids of some type

And hopefully a twig catfish

Is this a good stock?



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I don't think there is anything wrong with the stocking. Tank will look good too once it's planted. Good luck. Make sure there is plenty of cover to break up lines of sight between rams and angels when either is breeding. The two can get temperamental.
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I don't think there is anything wrong with the stocking. Tank will look good too once it's planted. Good luck. Make sure there is plenty of cover to break up lines of sight between rams and angels when either is breeding. The two can get temperamental.
Alright, i'll keep that in mind. Thanks for the input!
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