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Looking for suggestions for a small tank?

Posted 28 June 2005 - 07:23 PM (#41) User is offline   hyphen 

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Ccoralli, on Apr 14 2005, 05:38 PM, said:

i visit AP a lot, i was wondering who has 50 years of experience with bichirs
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Joe aka Fruitbat has a good bit of experience, but I doubt it's 50 years.

I agree that a 30 gallon is minimum for a Senegal. With a lot of filtration and being the only fish in the tank it could work.

Can't a Pinktail Chalceus live in a tank smaller than 55 gallons?

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what about hujeta gars? I just got me a few :lmao: :mellow:
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hujetas will work great in a 40 breeder :bowdown:

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I think bettas should be listed as breeders for a small tank. If read they are pretty easy to breed too. Not as easy as convicts, but then again nothins that easy.

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Wisdom16, on Jul 13 2005, 01:33 AM, said:

hujetas will work great in a 40 breeder :thumbup:
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Yeah, hujetas are not for small tanks. A 40 breeder is probably the minimum.

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I recommend the Lake Tanga Shell Dwellers for a small tank, the behaviour is fascinating, and they must have the best bite to size ratio of all cichlids (1.5" Brevis can draw blood if you go near it's shell full of wrigglers!)

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South American Bumblebee Catfish work great in 10 gallons. Mine has ate almost all my guppy fry :thumbup:

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my bichir's a lil bitch and bites me everytime i rearrange the tank...but it's all good i still love the lil bastard (55G)

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I haven't seen any bottom dwellers in that list, bottom dwellers such as:

- Loricarids (Suckermouth Catfish) of any subfamily, that grow no bigger than 8-10" (given you consider anything up to 55g small);
- Doradids (Raphael/Thorny Catfish) that grow to 8-10" at most;
- Corydoras and Brochis spp.;
- Loaches that grow to 6-8" at most;

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Especially when the wind blows like a bus load of queers.

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good suggestions judaz, post edited
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