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heading down to the LFS today
ready to put some more fish in my 55g. so far i have 1 angelfish, 7 albino tiger barbs, and a teeny pleco.
i'll probably end up bringing home some livebearers or a loach or another angelfish... or a small shoal of something... :D
any suggestions would be appreciated, the poor store owner must think i'm some kind of freak! every time i go shopping for new fish i end up staring at the tanks for half an hour because i'm so indecisive!
last time i went, i was staring for twenty minutes, and then when i only wanted the teeny little pleco he looked at me like i was crazy. :oops: oh well!
Lol! My fish store people think I'm nuts too :P No worries there. Umm the only problem is you have got fin nippers. How do they do with the angel? You probably have enough of them to keep aggression down. I would get some cory cats if I was you :) They are my new favorites. They really liven up the tank. So active... All the time too! If your getting loaches... A lot get very large... What kind of loaches were you thinking of?
okay so i ended up getting another angelfish and a skunk botia loach. he only had one of the loaches. he will be getting more fish in a few weeks so i can pick up two or three buddies for him, i know they can get aggressive. then i picked up some platys for my other tank. wheee go me! :P
Ya i have a 55gal tank and it's doing fine. as you should see in my signature i have a variety of different fish and they all do fine together.
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