06-26-2013, 07:42 PM
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That deals with the Balas. Which leaves us with the Featherfin, of which I personally know nothing but from my research I gather this is a risky fish. Attaining 9 inches, some note it is aggressive. Planet Catfish says OK with similar-sized fish, and Julian Dignall (the owner) certainly knows catfish if anyone does, so I would accept this. Here's the site: Synodontis eupterus • Mochokidae • Cat-eLog
Which leaves us with the Tiger Barb. I would certainly up these to avoid possible (read, probable) nipping of the other fish in time, but given the warning on the Featherfin, you might want to remove them altogether. Here's our profile: Puntius anchisporus
Hope this helps.
Oh, plants. With large fish, something sturdy. The common Amazon sword might manage. And Anubias (attaches to wood or rock) is pretty tough.