04-22-2012, 12:32 PM
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I would not suggest such small and delicate fish in so large a tank, referring to the Scarlet Badis, Mosquito Rasbora and Celestial Pearl Danio [our common name for the Galaxy Rasbora]. You will see these names have shaded, meaning they are in the profiles and you can click the names to read their information. I have kept all of these and they do much better in smaller tanks, plus they are not exactly compatible (the CPD). All this will be explained in the profiles.
Bolivian Ram is a nice cichlid for a community tank, I have a male in my 5-foot 115g. This fish should be kept either solitary, just one, or in a bonded pair. And the male has to select his own female to bond with, he will not accept any female you give him, as i have found out. More in the profile.
You have the space for Pearl Gourami, one male and 2-3 females. More in the profile on this. Honey Gourami would work, a small group, but I wouldn't mix Gourami species. Males of all species are territorial, and even with space, a male Pearl might not take kindly to the honeys. And another issue with those smaller fish--they will get eaten by the pearls.