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I thinking about getting just 1 Serrasalmus rhombeus. Whats a good tank size that could hold it for life? Dont want anything to big, since I already have a big one housing my 7 caribes. Would a 25 gallon be good or ???
 

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sadboy1981 said:
I thinking about getting just 1 Serrasalmus rhombeus. Whats a good tank size that could hold it for life? Dont want anything to big, since I already have a big one housing my 7 caribes. Would a 25 gallon be good or ???
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r u kidding?
 

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hey that's why I ASKED! So if you dont have nothing helpful to say then sush...
 

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I know that they get big. Just like my caribes can get to like 12". When that happens, I'll have to sell them. Maybe a 30 gallon long?
 

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Thanks fury
 

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75 would be the smallest and once they hit 12" or more would be very tight since its 48" long.
 

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But for a 3" rhom, should'nt a 40 gallon long be fine for like 3 to 4 years. Does'nt it take awile to get to 12"
 

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For life 120 gallon would be good, because rhoms can get pretty big, takes a while though. 55-75 gallon temporary (few years, or even more) and then upgrade when he hits maybe 8-9inches?
 
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