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Old 03-26-2020, 01:56 PM   #1
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I'm new to the group, but not to the hobby. However, I'm certainly no expert, and will be asking, not giving advice. I'm a senior citizen widow. I love gouramis, rainbowfish, tetras, barbsl; I like too many to list.
I currently have a 29 gallon and a 46 gallon bowfront set up. I also have a second 46 gallon waiting to be set up.
Here's what I need opinions on. In my 29 gal I have 3 giant Danio, 4 tiger barbs, 3 albino barbs, 2 green barbs, 2 Odessa barbs, and a Chinese algae eater. Everybody is healthy and active. I do frequent 50% water changes. I'd like to add more barbs. Have I already reached capacity? Thanks.
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Welcome to the site! I love giant danios but don't have the room right now.
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I think they're pretty and love how lively they are. Along with the barbs, they are never boring!
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I think the danios are pretty, and love how lively they are. Along with the 11 barbs, the tank is never boring.
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Sorry for duplicate post. I can't see how to delete it.
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