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Hi, Could I put a green terror a texas cichlid a jaguar and a jack dempsey in a 75 gallon tank?
 

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Hi gb546,

Unfortunately all of the mentioned fish would not work out together in a 75 gallon when full grown. They are all large growing cichlids, especially the jaguar cichlid.

Of the fish mentioned which is our favorite?

Thanks,
Matt
 

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Well I already have the green terror and the texas I was just looking to add some more fish
 

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then you're easily fully stocked... you might be able to try giant danios as dithers, but that's it
 

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I don't really see how thats fully stocked the GT usually gets to about 9 or 10 inches and that should take him awhile he's only about 3 inches now and the texas will get about the same I don't see why I couldn't add one or two more
 

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plus if any of them got too big for the tank I could give one to the fish store down the street from me
 

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I'm thinking not in terms of size of the fish, but in terms of their attitude as they reach sexual maturity. are either males?

And is the texas a true cyanoguttatus or if they're carpintis?
 

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GT and Texas are really all the Cichlids you can put in the 75g as they get pretty aggtesive and teritorial. Maybe you can add a convict.

....Bill
 
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