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post #31 of 37 Old 04-02-2012, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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If you do two you might want to make sure its a bounded pair. Otherwise one might harass the other one to death. General rule of thumb with angels is 1, 2 (as a pair), or a school of 6+. Otherwise aggression could be an issue. I have 2 currently that are just babies that I have to watch for aggression atm, if i see any I'm going to have to move/rehome one.
Yes, what I wanted to do is bonded pair. I was doing a school, but it said I needed to add another filter.

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post #32 of 37 Old 04-02-2012, 08:46 PM Thread Starter
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Ok I changed my mind ... again, lol!http://aqadvisor.com/AqAdvisor.php?A...rchMode=simple

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I would be careful with german blues. Make sure you have the PH needed/can get the ph needed for them to live a long happy life.

Also as far as stocking and filtration go... Remember live plants help filters a lot and aqadvisor is more like a guideline then a law.
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I would be careful with german blues. Make sure you have the PH needed/can get the ph needed for them to live a long happy life.

Also as far as stocking and filtration go... Remember live plants help filters a lot and aqadvisor is more like a guideline then a law.
Oh, don't worry my water's very soft. As for the filtration I was thinking, that but I wanted to be sure.

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I would imagine if you stock it slowly and keep up on water changes it would prob be fine. If nothing else add a spong filter and try to hide it in the back.
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You can keep more in your tank than that thing says.. especially a 75g.. Though I don't know if the AC110 is enough filtration for that. I keep an AC110 and Fluval 206 on my 50 gallon piranha tank.
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You can keep more in your tank than that thing says.. especially a 75g.. Though I don't know if the AC110 is enough filtration for that. I keep an AC110 and Fluval 206 on my 50 gallon piranha tank.
I'll think about that.

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