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The ASSMAN
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MAD piranhas said:
I suggest saving your money and upgrading the tank as it grows, I would probably take 20-30 before it reaches its full potiental...

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yep, a 5 inch rhom would be lost in a tank that big. If you have a tank that size i would sugest betting a 15" rhom.
 

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not that i'm disagreeing with anyone, but really why would you put the fish in a smaller tank, then keep upping the size of the tank??? wouldnt it be best and cheaper to get a big tank first off and just keep him it that???

kind of off topic, but what do you find more interesting (those with experience) 1 rhom, or say a shoal of cariba/red bellies???

just curious
 

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yea screw that i wouldnt by a 150 gallon for one fish that is pointless to me. i hear from people that those fish are all talk and that they are mean and everything but boring but i also hear people like them but i still wouldnt bother. but if u are gonna do somthing i would just go big one time then have to go through 3 tank 5 filters 3 heaters 3 hoods 200lbs of sand, 3 stands so on and so forth just do the math if u want find the cheaper way and thats obviously the best for ya gluck with the fish
 

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OPEFE
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Agree, it will look great and live better in a 70-80g.!

IMO, if you can have a 150-200g tank, a Pygo Tank will do best than just one Rhom...try Cariba, Piraya, Yellow Natt shoal or Mixed Pygo!
 

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I Have No Fish but I Have Japanese Girls On My Ava
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True.. even half of its full growth, a fish like that alone in one tank does get boring at times. I'd go mixed Pygo!!!
 
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