OK guys, I figured I would start a thread specifically for stocking my 46 gallon bow front. Here are the details of what I have,
Aqueon 46 Gallon Bow Front
Aqueon glass lid, and standard single florescent light
Aqueon 55/75 Quiet Flow filter
Aqueon Pro 200 watt heater
And here is a quick picture of it currently. I want to add in another rock formation/cave before I get fish in it.
As you can see I am using sand for a sub strait, and do not want live plants yet (maybe down the road). My pH is a little high, in tank is currently 7.6 maybe a little higher? And the High Range pH was about 8.2 The water from the tap was basically the same, with the High Range closer to 8.
But I am at almost a complete loss for stocking! There are so many fish out there, and I like too many of them
I would really like a Cichlid tank, but it seems like no matter what I do I have some kind of conflict. I tried to look up 40 gallon cookie cutter set ups, but when I put them in AqAdvisor I get all kinds of warnings. Some are not recommended for my tank on that site even, I assume because of length?