12-20-2010, 09:08 AM
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Change in PH would also depend on the amount of buffer in your tank, low buffered waters would be subject to larger PH changes but much more difficult to keep stable. If you are willing to go through the trouble of altering your water for the fish instead of picking fish necessary for your tank, I think you could consider in investing in dwarf cichlids. If you can get the right conditions, you can try blue rams (sensitivie to water, must be careful with water parameters) or Bolivian rams (not as sensitive as blue rams to water but requires more space and gets twice as big). Otherwise, i think a school of neons would look excellent in that setup. Both those cichlids have profiles here, read up on them and decide on what you would be willing to do for your water parameters before setting them up.