01-13-2010, 09:09 AM
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I say an ABF only because I've seen it done before, and successfully too. The fishes I've seen lived to around 5 years or longer. They aren't very concerned with depth or anything, and I highly doubt otos would become food, because even my friends baby endlers didn't end up as food. For the ABF to eat it, it's got to swim in front of its mouth, at the surface, something I doubt any oto would do. However, thanks for the heads up on the Paradise fish, I was not aware they needed cooler temperatures. A dwarf gourami'll do just fine alone.