08-21-2008, 12:12 AM
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Actually, I didn't see a tank size listed. How big is the tank, exactly?
Just so you know, there is no such thing as a "teacup stingray." All of these are just juvenile freshwater stingrays. The most commonly sold freshwater ray, the Motoro ray, eventually gets to be 22" in size so a tank 30" wide will eventually be needed. Even a 180 gallon tank is only 24" inches wide, so you get the idea: this fish needs a *very* big tank eventually. Also, rays have a big appetite and won't eat prepared foods, so you can look forward to big food bills.
The catfish, depending on what species they are, will probably also get very large.
The gouramis might also get quite large depending on species, and many types are aggressive towards one another and might not get along.
Black ghost knives get up to 20" in length, so I wouldn't want to keep an adult in a tank narrower than that.
Angelfish need a tank at least 18" tall since they grow to be a very tall fish.
I'm sure this sounds quite negative, but understand that some of your fish (and possibly a lot of them) grow very large and will eventually need a very large aquarium.