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Hi everyone!

I'm relatively new to fish keeping, although my Dad was always very into it when I was a child. Lately I've been doing a lot of research and find myself using your site quite often, so why not register!

As of now, I currently have a 60 gallon and 75 gallon tank.

60 Gallon:

8 Guppies
2 Electric Blue Rams
1 Red Tail Shark
5 Harlequin Rasboras
5 Peppered Cory Cats
1 Hypostomus Pleco (currently 3")
2 Mystery Snails
10 Ghost Shrimp

75 Gallon:

1 Senegal Bichir
1 Bala Shark (came with the tank when I got it - currently 6")
2 Kissing Gouramis
2 Dwarf Gouramis
6 Black Skirt Tetras
1 Sailfin Pleco (currently 6")
1 Mystery Snail
 

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If you'd like some free Endler's Livebearers to go alone with your fish, I'd be glad to bring them by! They seem to be compatible with the 60 gallon tank even though some purists don't like the fact that they cross breed very easily with the guppies. My dad had guppy tanks for many years and he had to isolate his fish when breeding. The Endler's are much prettier (in my opinion) but they don't eat their young, so you can build up a nice population quickly and be in my situation. I have some really beautiful fish, but currently keep the males and females in separate tanks. Since you have two tanks, you could do that and only put the females in with the males when you are ready to breed.
 
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