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Old 08-24-2013, 10:23 AM   #1
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Tiger barbs

Hey guys I have tiger barbs in my 20 gallon and was wondering if there r any fish that will school with them
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Old 08-24-2013, 02:21 PM   #2
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Yes -- other tiger barbs (green, albino, etc). Be careful in a 20g though as they get quite large and need a lot of space.
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Can 7 tiger barbs live happily in a 20 gallon for there whole life
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yes they will
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Hey guys I have tiger barbs in my 20 gallon and was wondering if there r any fish that will school with them
Not sure as far as schooling - I'd be worried about getting overstocked. What about a pair of GBRs?
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They will do fine in a 20g, but these guys are very active. If you have a 20 long that would be more ideal. You could keep them with a pair of rams or kribensis.
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