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jimmyhoye 04-06-2009 08:54 PM

37 gallon stocking suggestion
 
Hey guys, i have 37 gallon tank and i dont know what to do wiht it. Can you give me some cool stocking suggestions. Im open to all suggestions

Sj45 04-06-2009 11:35 PM

Hell no, I can't stand anyone w/ a 37g tank. I've been looking for one for months. No I'm just kidding...but I'm not good at "decorating".

Tyyrlym 04-07-2009 07:32 AM

Tiger Barb species tank.

Fishin Pole 04-07-2009 07:45 AM

for a 37?..........Hmmm, 8 hatchet fish, 10 to 12 tetras of some kind, 6 cories, and some kind of gourami.........Thought you might like this list for your 37.........Its just a thought........

1077 04-07-2009 08:08 AM

Threadfin rainbows,pristella tetras,kuhli loaches.8)

jeaninel 04-07-2009 01:26 PM

I have one Angelfish, Harlequin Rasboras and Sterbai cories in my 37 gallon.

jimmyhoye 04-07-2009 07:11 PM

I think i have a rough idea of what i am going to get. I am going to have some dwarf chiclids in the tank. I also want some chocolate gouramis and maybe a school of rasboars. What do you think any othet suggestions

watts300 04-08-2009 07:22 PM

I just purchased a Siamese algae eater that I like a lot.
He's the longest of my other fish so he stands out quite a bit. In my reading, I learned that they're amazingly efficient and gentle (on plants) algae eaters.

jimmyhoye 04-10-2009 05:46 PM

Dont siamese algae eaters get to big, and aggresive, and what is yours guy thought on my ideas

catfishtabbi 04-10-2009 06:33 PM

Hi jimmy , Just seen your post . I think the rasboras are too aggressive for the chocolate gourami and really the chocolates i kept liked the lower third of the tamk much like the dwarf cichlids so i doubt it will work. Chocolates are extremely difficult to keep. The cichlids go well in mopst tanks as long as water parameters allow for it, they do like hte floor to themselves. If your basing your decision on stats that say chocos like 7ph they're wrong, thye like it in the low 6's and breed in high 5's. Whats more they can be scared to death. Perhaps a sprcies tank for the chocos.


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