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I'm doing some fish juggling. Moving the Calvus from my 20 Long (30 x 12 x 12) to a 55. That leaves my 20 Long with a pair of Brevis, a single Julidochromis Transcriptus, and 5 Zebra Danios.

So, I'd like to add another species. I'm pretty sure another pair of Brevis will work. Other ones I'm thinking about are multis, occelatus gold, or caudopunks. I'm open to suggestions for something a bit more unusual - like a single goby as well. Everyone plays pretty nice, and I want to keep it that way.

Any thoughts or suggestions?
 

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Stratos-dias said:
I should take out the 5 Zebra Danios,and try a pair of caudopunks :)
That's not a bad idea. I've heard that Caudopunks make good dithers and it would be a true biotope. I have another tank that could house the zebras.

What about starting with 4-5 caudopunks in the 20L, then moving the rejects to the 55 (which will be up and running by then)? Any chance of keeping a trio of caudopunks long-term, if everyone is playing nice? I think bioload it would be fine, I'm more concerned with territories.
 
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