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Old 10-27-2004, 08:31 AM   #1
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Need some ideas.

The QT tank is sitting there empty, ready for more fishies.

I'd love some suggestions for either tank, please. Current residents are up to date in my sig below. Thanks.

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WOW, you've got so many choices Carol.

I might consider a nice pair of fancy guppies for the 10gal.

If you've got enough schooling fish in your 75gal, a pair of kissing gouramis might be interesting to watch and round out the tank a bit. JMO
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I agree with Brianny....a pair of gouramis would be nice (they can be risky though...tend to be agressive toward each other).

How about a school of rasboras?
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Hmmm, don't know about the kissing gouramis. If they get aggressive, I'd have nowhere to move them, since I can't put them with the betta.

What about banded gouramis, Colisa fasciata, for the 75 gal?
I was thinking maybe an African dwarf frog for the 10 gal. after the fry grow up?
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I think for my next 10 gal tank I want a school for small rasboras (axelrodi or brigittae maybe?) and a licorice gourami or sparkling gourami.
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If I had an empty ten...I would get a pair of shellies....
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