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fishyinpa 11-30-2009 03:55 PM

More Stocking Help!!
 
Hiya folks. So.....since my bettas all died on me (cept one) I am thinking of using the 20 long for other types of fish. I need help deciding what to do with it. I also want to add more fish to my 38 gallon. Then the 14 if there is anything that can. Here are my thoughts. :-)

14 gallon-No Idea LOL (dimensions are same as a 10 gallon but a few inches taller,and it would be empty,as I would move the false juliis and neon tetras from it)

20 gallon long- 6 false juliis,5 neon tetras (gonna add 5 more),9 pencilfish....maybe something else?? perhaps more corys,false juliis or albinos....depending what I can find...

38 gallon- 7 zebra danios,9 peppered corys,maybe cherry barbs? 6 perhaps....

Im thinking the bigger tank would be better for the cherry barbs,rather than the 20 long. I was going to put the pencilfish in the 38 but I am not sure if the danios would leave them alone? Or if the barbs and tetras got along...or if danios and barbs got along...:shock:

Or I could just put my remaining betta in the 14...to live out his days...till I dunno when....the way my luck is with them....:-(

MikeyG 11-30-2009 08:02 PM

A 20 long would make a killer shellie tank :-)

teddyzaper 11-30-2009 08:18 PM

in the 38 you could have a heavily planted tank with some leaf fish. ive lately been obsessed about them

fishyinpa 12-01-2009 12:04 PM

thanks guys.

fishyinpa 12-01-2009 10:23 PM

anyone else ? LOL


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