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Have a new 75 gallon tank all ready to set up next week after the holiday dies down. It's filtered via overflow box to a 10 gallon sump. This is going to be a living room tank, so well decorated with lots of driftwood, rocks, and high quality faux plants.

Here's what I'm thinking about for stock at the onset, any input is welcome:

4 juvenile Keyhole cichlids
1 pair of Apistogramma cacatuoides
6 Sterbai's corydoras
12 Cardinal tetras

About a couple of months down the line, I'd like to add a bit more:

12 rummy nose tetra
8 diamond tetra

and possibly a few juvenile Bolivian rams until a pair forms.

Think this will work out okay?

Thanks.
 

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You stock sounds fine. My only concern would be the design of the overflow. Make sure it isn't capable of sucking any of the smaller fish you are planning on into the sump.
 
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