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Would this work?

Postby thinking_fish » Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:44 am

I want to change around my Aquariums
Do you think this would work?
80 Gallon lots of rock work with a AC 500 and a AC 300
12 Demasoni unknown
5 maingano 1m/4f
5 Polit 2m/3f
6 RedxReds 1m/5f
1-sailfin pleco
To many tanks to list
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Postby cichlidaholic » Mon Apr 14, 2008 10:52 am

Should be okay, although I would go with a few more demasoni, perhaps 15-18?

I'd also only go with one male polit, with 3-4 females. Or, if you're really feeling brave go with 3 male polits and 9 females. 2 males just never work out well. (You'd probably want to eliminate something else in order to make the polit group that large...)

Kim
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Postby thinking_fish » Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:13 am

hm my demasoni seem to be fine in the group of 12, use to have alot more but I had a bad bloat problem a few months back :( taught me a hard lesson never feed BLOOD WORMS!!!!
I am trying to trade the extra male polit no takers yet.
thanks Kim
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Postby cichlidaholic » Mon Apr 14, 2008 11:42 am

Sorry, I thought you meant you were purchasing demasoni, in which case I was advising to going with more than 12. If it ain't broke, don't fix it! :thumb:

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