Hello everyone, first post here (aside from my introduction post). I had a question regarding the amount of fish allowed in a tank. I know the general rule is 1 inch of fish per every gallon of water, but I heard there were special rules for angelfish and whatnot. Maybe someone can answer my question. Here is a rundown of my population: 4 Angelfish, 3 Albino Corys, 3 Tiger Barbs, 1 Neon Tetra, 1 Gourami, 1 Rubber Lipped Pleco.
Attached is a photo of the overview of the decor in my aquarium.
My question is: Am I getting overcrowded? I am figuring this much for each of the fish: 6 inches per angelfish, 2 inches per albino cory, 3 inches per tiger barb, 2 inches per neon tetra, 5 inches per gourami, 10 inches for rubber lipped pleco. So that would be a total of 55 inches.
Am I figuring correctly for the size of each fish? I don't plan on purchasing any more fish but I want to make sure I am okay right now.
Thanks for any and all feedback.