12-18-2007, 11:06 AM
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Re: are these fish appropiate for a 46G
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Originally Posted by ucool80
I have a 46Gallon, running with a fluval 304. Temperature generally is between 80 and 82.
I was planning to add,
6 Rosy barb
2 red gourami
2 yellow gourami
2 rams (not sure what kind, but most likely german blue)
2 Angel Fish
4 serpae tetra
2 dwarf gouramis
Would i be overstocking my aquarium? If I am overstocking I can get rid of one yellow gourami, one dwarf gourami, unless they have to be in pairs. Let me know what needs to be in a pair, and what fish would be happy enough alone. I am open to suggestions on the configurations of these fish, I can add or remove certain fish completely if need be.
Please remove your serpae tetras. Once comfortable, they will start nipping your angelfish and gouramis. Try other tetras but do make sure these are not small enough to be consumed by the angels. Black neons are your best bet.
Can you please post pictures of your "yellow gourami" and "red gourami"? I am assuming honey gouramis (Colisa sota) here. If so, they're fine. What genders are these dwarf gouramis? Pictures needed here as well.
There are only two types of rams: Microgeophagus altispinosa and Microgeophagus ramirezi. Either way is fine.
That's all I can see. Serpaes are the only problems here unless you have two male dwarf gouramis in which case remove one of them.