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What would you do with a 55 gal.

12 years 1 month ago #19076 by gtphale
Don't mind them breeding, or crossbreeding. They won't leave the tank and will most likely not make it. I thought about shellies but can't really find many that blow me away. Really like white labs and thought about doing a tank around them.

Then seen thropheus and I think that is the route i'm going to try.

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12 years 1 month ago #19070 by redzebra24
I think this current tank looks GREAT! Get an idea of what kind of fish you want to keep and I am sure we will be able to help you. Maybe some apistos and rams, tetras possibly. Cyps and shellies would look really cool aswell. There are several options, we just need a hint in which direction you want to go in.

-Radek

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12 years 1 month ago #19055 by Mbamba
Have a few male peacocks you like to have a show tank?

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12 years 1 month ago #19049 by skyline8567
It if was mine, I would get a large group of albino eureka reds, but if you're not really into breeding fish, I don't know what to tell you

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12 years 1 month ago #19045 by gtphale
Sorry if this is wrong section. Its a stocking question so figured it would go in stocklist. I know overall its up to me but I'm really just not sure which direction to go. Want something unique.

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12 years 1 month ago #19038 by rm-slover
This is the wrong section for this topic.

The use of a 55 is up to you. I have 4 of them, one High Tech planted, 2 gfrow out, and one dafodil tank.

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12 years 1 month ago - 12 years 1 month ago #19033 by gtphale
I have another 55 gal. tank getting ready to open up. Now what to do with it? My current tank is a 55 gal. and has yellow labs, afra cobue , rusties and petricola cats, oh and one bn albino pleco.

So if you had a spare 55 what would you do with it? I'm really tossed about what to do. Wouldn't mind doing a planted tank, or sticking with cichlids maybe a differant lake or something. Or no cichlids, basically i'm looking for a lot of color easy to mantain. Basically anything but saltwater.

Oh here's a pic of what I currently have. Not happy with rock placement just redid it yesterday. So in a couple weeks i'll redo.

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