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SA dwarf cichlid set-up
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FISHMAD
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Joined: 04 Jan 2012
Location: Ireland

PostPosted: 2012.04.02(Mon)15:20    Post subject: Reply with quote

I messaged you my tank so you cuold help
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diademhill
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PostPosted: 2012.04.02(Mon)15:32    Post subject: Reply with quote

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200 litre:
6 neon tetras
5 cherry barbs
5 rosy barbs
5 gold barbs
5 emperor tetras
7 zebra danios
5 bleeding hearts
2 zebra loaches
2 yoyo loaches
2 polkadot loaches
3 red line tetras
3 neon rainbows
3 penguin tetras
1 serpae tetra
1 scissortail
1 sailfin plec
1 bristlenose plec
1 german blue ram
1 featherfin syno
1 rainbow shark

thats it maybe I can put some in my SA dwarf cichlid tank??
None of my fish are full grown


What other tanks do you have?
You already have too many fish for a 200 litre & a 180 litre tank as well as fish that will grow too larger for either tank Crying or Very sad
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FISHMAD
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PostPosted: 2012.04.02(Mon)15:43    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't have anything in the 180 yet.I'll see how big everything gets in the 200 litre but I have a powerful filter and I do 25% water change weekly. Wink

Could you advise me if my stocking is alright that I listed for the 180 back just there.

60 litre:
7 tiger barbs
3 odessa barbs
1 buenos aires tetra (rescued from my uncles tank)
1 firemouth
1 albino bristlenose
1 CAE Smile
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diademhill
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PostPosted: 2012.04.03(Tue)3:46    Post subject: Reply with quote

Put everything from the 60 litre in the new 180 litre tank and it will be fully stocked.
Rehome the sailfin plec & syno unless you are getting a 400 litre tank in the next couple of months.
The tetras and cherry barbs can go in the 60 litre.
That still leaves you with twice as many fish in the 200 litre as you have tank space for.
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