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29 gallon empty
usually for all my aquariums i have ideas on wat to put in them...but i have an empty 29 and im not sure wat to put in it so it is up to you the people of the forum to decide wat fish or fishes wil go into this tank so decide wisely
not wat i was thinkin
how about some Chichlids from Lake Tanganyika like shellies a colony of shellies would be great and fun to watch
yes, indeed it wasnt what "you was thinkin" however according to you it is "up to us, to decide"
- unfortunatly gators wouldnt work ( ofcourse ) so :idea: go with 2 marbeled angels, 1 white angel, and 1 black angel .. i think that would be interesting. if you do this and your adding live plants, i would do the entire tank floor in short foreground plants just to maximize the angels space to swim.
yeh i have def. been debating the angel idea...idk if i would plant it or not and if i did it def. wouldnt get planted till christmas when i get some money but i mite do angels
any other interesting fish
i love discus butthat would be too small for a good group
i also like bichirs! they are fun, cute looking eels, but can also be expensive. but an eel for sure if u want big fish
if not go for 25 neons tetras and then 10 cories! :| that would look so cool
a bichir would not fit in a 29 for its in entire life
yeh i was thinkin a big school of neon tetras would be cool and def. some corys
do u think i could keep a pair of kribs, some neons, and some corys....this is just one of my ideas...im also debating angels
4 angels wouldn't work in a 29 gallon, especially if you ended up with a mating pair. Maybe one would work- but more than that won't. They either need to be kept alone or in groups to spread out aggression, and this tank isn't large enough for a group.
Neons are probably a bit small, and may get eaten by the kribs. I'd recommend getting a shoal of something a bit larger like red-eye tetras, serpae tetras or tiger barbs.
Some other interesting fish would be a dwarf pike like Crenicichla compressiceps or Crenicichla regani. Ctenopoma acutirostre are also unique and interesting.
I'll always throw my support behind tetras.
The tetra+cory+centerpiece fish is something I'm doing, but I'm going to use a german blue ram and a red tailed black shark for the showy fish.
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