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Old 03-27-2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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3 mollies, 1 platy, 2 cherry barb and 1 cory

Hi, I restocked my 90 litre(24 Gallon in American) tank as I only had 3 fish after giving away my 5 Buenos Aires Tetra yesterday as they seemed to always kill off my other fish by chasing them, I think my tank was too small or something they just didnt get on with any other fish and they were all big.

I only had 1 female platy and 2 scissortail rasboras in my tank and then got those ones today the 3 mollies(fully grown ones), a male platy, 2 cherry barbs(really small) and a cory. I know mollies do better in brackish water but they were in fresh water so I assumed theyd be ok.

Just looking for a bit of advice if they wont go together or if I should have more or less fish. I wanted 4 or 5 cherry barbs but they only had two and then I went to another place and they didnt have any, I plan to get more soon. Would any of the fish eat the barbs?

I use bloodworm and flake food, would any of them require any other kinds of food?

I keep the temperature at 24C or 75F for Americans is that ok for them too?

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