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Originally Posted by Blue
I had Neons. Yes they where all eaten. All ten.
Then it is clear to you that neons are not suitable tankmates for angels.;) If you wish to keep tetras, stick with full-grown rummies or deep-bodied tetras such as red phantoms.:) By all means avoid serpae tetras. They are vicious nippers and will not spare the angels from this nasty habit.
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You can put two oscars in a 75, but thats the bare minimum. I forget the store name, its a good one in Pittsburgh, but the guy who breeds Angelfish said you could put a few into a 29, but not with others. This seems small to me *shrugs*
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