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Don't Orinates get like 2.5 feet long or something? I also heard they grow very fast. Since my Severum will probably be the biggest fish at 8 inches or so, I don't really want my tank overrun with such a huge fish. Maybe the smaller kinds will accomodate, but I also don't want to have to worry about my other smaller fish.
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Originally Posted by Fade2White12
What leporinus are you keeping? The whole mid level should be classified as generally overstocked. All mid-dwellers that you own will need the remaining space to get around before they get crammed by more large fish. Adding monos is already pushing the tank's capacity. A krib, black skirts and rosy barbs should be given a new tank on their own. I would never recommend mixing small fish with very large and boisterous tankmates such as the silver dollars and tinfoil barbs. A 30 gallons will do the job for the 5 small fish.
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yeah, good point Lupin. I wasn't sayng to go full brackish for all of those fish...but they will withstand a normal dosage of aquarium salt. (even though I rarely suggest that, lol). BUt Lupin makes great points about the stocking of your tank and the ideal environments for your fish.
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