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Old 01-02-2012, 04:03 AM   #1
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Tank mates???

Good tank mates for

1 koi angelfish
1 male kribensis
2 albino ruby/rainbow sharks.

All fish are fully grown.

200 gal tank
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Old 01-02-2012, 04:05 AM   #2
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Id say lots of black skirt tetras maybe. Thats sortof a weird stock with the angel in there
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Nothing nippy like serpae tetras or barbs and nothing small enough to be eaten by the angels like neons or guppies. Any larger non nippy tetra will suit. I think a large school of rummies is always nice. Danios would work too. Black skirts are nippy but when in larger schools of 8+ they seem to do ok. You'd just have to make sure any fish you get won't get eaten like juvie rummies would.

Edit: or what about hatchetfish
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Nothing nippy like serpae tetras or barbs and nothing small enough to be eaten by the angels like neons or guppies. Any larger non nippy tetra will suit. I think a large school of rummies is always nice. Danios would work too. Black skirts are nippy but when in larger schools of 8+ they seem to do ok. You'd just have to make sure any fish you get won't get eaten like juvie rummies would.

Edit: or what about hatchetfish
Totally forgot about hatchets. I have some and i love them! A school of 20 would look so cool in a 200g
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Nothing nippy like serpae tetras or barbs and nothing small enough to be eaten by the angels like neons or guppies. Any larger non nippy tetra will suit. I think a large school of rummies is always nice. Danios would work too. Black skirts are nippy but when in larger schools of 8+ they seem to do ok. You'd just have to make sure any fish you get won't get eaten like juvie rummies would.

Edit: or what about hatchetfish
I've heard danios can be nippy?
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:22 PM   #6
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You could do a severum, or uaru. They a large peaceful cichlids. More angels. A school of rainbows.
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