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Old 03-19-2012, 10:27 PM   #11
 
I think a Microgeophagus ramirezi would work perfectly with that set up.
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Old 03-20-2012, 05:52 AM   #12
 
With this new information I made the 'hopefully' last adjustment.

Microgeophagus ramirezi : 1Male + 1 Female
Boraras brigittae : 12
Cardinal Tetra : 8
Nannostomus marginatus : 10
panda corys 3X
sterbais Corys 3X
Peppermint Bristlenose : 1

Thank both of you allready.
I would have had a lot of issues if you did not provide this great help :)
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Old 03-20-2012, 07:18 AM   #13
 
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With this new information I made the 'hopefully' last adjustment.

Microgeophagus ramirezi : 1Male + 1 Female
Boraras brigittae : 12
Cardinal Tetra : 8
Nannostomus marginatus : 10
panda corys 3X
sterbais Corys 3X
Peppermint Bristlenose : 1

Thank both of you allready.
I would have had a lot of issues if you did not provide this great help :)

Nothing at all wrong with that stocking list
Only thing I would recommend is adding at least 1 more panda and sterbais Corys. They prefer to be in groups of 4 or more.
Even with adding 1 more of each you will be not overstocked.
Peppermint Bristlenose likes driftwood as well so you would need to provide a piece for it.
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