South American Cichlids • German Blue

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German Blue

Postby Romona » Mon Dec 11, 2017 9:35 pm

Can I put a German Blue in a tropical community 55 gal tank? If not, are there any south or central that can be mixed in?
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Re: German Blue

Postby FireHorn123 » Tue Dec 12, 2017 9:44 am

Yes as long as the rams are either the only cichlids or they are in the tank with other peaceful small cichlids
40gB- (2)Gold Severum, (2)Guppies [Unfinished]
30gL-(2)Rainbow Cichlid Pair, (5)White Skirt Tetras [Finished]
29g- (2) Kribensis Pair (4) Mixed Cory Cats [Nearly Finished]
20gL- (1)Male Dwarf Gourami [Unfinished]
10g-Unoccupied
450g Fountain Pond-[HEAVY WORK IN PROGRESS]
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Re: German Blue

Postby Romona » Tue Dec 12, 2017 1:54 pm

I do have a parrot cichlid. The others are molly, plagues, gouramis and Australian rainbows.
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Re: German Blue

Postby mambee » Wed Dec 13, 2017 1:30 pm

Blue Rams do best in very warm water (80+). That is why you often see them in discus tanks. Bolivian Rams are hardier and a better choice.
150 Gallon:
Geophagus, Angelfish
90 Gallon:
Bolivian Rams, Rummynoses, Corys, Dwarf Loaches, Neons, Glass Catfish
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