Central American Cichlids • stocking a 190 gal

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stocking a 190 gal

Postby DRB » Fri May 18, 2012 8:07 pm

I have 2 79"*24"*24" tanks and I already have one set up and another one almost ready. I have two 7" female jags and one 4 or 5" JD. I am getting a 4 to 5" Trimac next week.

Since I have 2 identical tanks, I just wonder: shall I leave the jags, JD and trimac together and set up the other tank in no hurry? Or shall I arrange things in a different way?

I may be able to get a 4" Beani soon but as far as I know I rather keep my fish safe and put him/her alone in a 90 us gal tank? or shall I forget about that; I mean can a Beani grow and live happy in a 90?

I want to keep my stock CA only. What would you do? I am open to suggestions. I do not like viejas or paratheraps.
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Re: stocking a 190 gal

Postby DRB » Sun May 20, 2012 2:20 pm

any ideas?
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