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Old 03-06-2009, 09:53 PM   #1
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stocking level for a 20 gal high tank

Hi all let me just say i am a beginer and have had a tank set up for about ten days it has a supmersible power filter rated at 55 gph a pre filter sponge for the power filter whitch is a aquaclear rated at 100gph and live plants anyway this was my stoking idea

6 or 7 blue tetras
6 or 7 zebra danios
3 corys
2 a pair of rainbow fish/ or blue goruimes

in the tank now

4 blue tetras
4 zebra danios

you guys think it is to much to littel or about right thanks for the help

please forgive bad speling and grammer i have dyslexia although i am 25 years old.
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20 gallon, level, stocking, tan

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