10-26-2011, 07:30 AM
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Originally Posted by bigfish93
Thanks for all the help Byron! Your tanks are always an ispiration for me and I wish I knew how you did it. I did some research online and felll in love with the Scalare Angelfish. If I am not mistaken, a 75 gallon is large enough for a group of these angelfish. Now I am in the process of finding some suitable tankmates for these guys. Because this is going to be a large tank and a rather big expense, I want to take my time and get almost everything right the first time. I think a large group of cardinal tetra would be cool, but from what I read, they are food for the angelfish. So far my stocking list looks like this: 3 or 5 Scalare Angelfish, 3 whiptale catfish, and now I am looking for a large school of some kind of tetra (possibly rummynose tetra, but I am not sure if they are to active for the angelfish.) I hope they are compatible because, after watching videos of them shoaling, they are awesome!
I dont think rummynose are too active. I have a shoal of them in my 29g and you are right, they are awesome! But they are not nearly as active as the blue tetra I have in my second tank. The rummys mostly just stay in a group and swim around peacefully. They really are awesome little fish.