11-04-2008, 02:00 AM
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A community tank like the one Cody suggested would work great. You can use that stocking list as a template and make modifications to it, if you want. For example, the tetras he listed could be replaced with just about any tetra in that size range. You could also get rasboras instead of the tetras, or cut the school size in half and get a group of platies or swordtails (1 male 2 female). The ram could be replaced with any other community-safe dwarf cichlid like a krib, apistogramma, nannacara, egyptian mouthbrooder, etc.
If you don't want a community tank, you could also do some other options. A dwarf pike, a pair of convicts, salvinis, or jewel cichlids, a colony of shelldwellers, etc etc.