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Starting a South American tank....Few questions first
I saw an adult green terror and decided that I want one. I have an empty 75 gallon that i'll be making into a south american cichlid tank. My main fish will be the green terror. What else can I put in with him and what stocking order would be necessary? Fish that are available to me are:
-Oscar (I know they'll get too big for the tank, but I'm OK with getting a 125 when the time comes.)
I was also considering some cherry, tiger barbs, and tinfoil barbs. These would go in first when the cichlids are small, and if they get eaten as their tankmates grow, so be it.
Thanks for the help!
Re: Starting a South American tank....Few questions first
Thanks Lupin. It's been a while since I've been on here. Did you ever get that hillstream tank going again? I think I remember you saying that you had some problems with it.
You could try drilling it and making a little sump for it with a fan. No reason you can't apply saltwater techniques to fresh water! :!:
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