07-22-2008, 11:27 PM
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Hm, it depends. As for the killifish, I would love a pair of Pseudepiplatys annulatus. However, without excellent connections, they seem to be extremely hard to get. I am also considering Nothobranchius rachovii, which are quite tolerant in terms of temperature and water hardness/pH. Ultimately, I will probably take what adapts well, is healthy, and available.
If I take any catfish, I'll go for otos. Can't go wrong with them, I figure. Cories would probably take too much space on the ground level, which is reserved for the shrimp.
Six otos, 2-3 killies, and a gang of shrimp...this should be it. I don't want the tank too crowded. Though I might surrender to my neverending love affair with fancy guppies sooner or later...;)