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I have a 150g tank (5 feet long by 2 feet wide and 2 feet tall). Currently it houses:
4 angels (pretty much full grown)
2 Port acaras (breeding but not full grown)
8 Geo sp. red head tapajos
5 Geo surnamensis
1 butterfly pleco
1 whiptail catfish.

With the exception of the angels they are all juvies. I know the surinamensis (if they are in fact those) will get to be a pretty good size. So what would you do for an eventual stocking list when they are all adults? Who would you keep? What would you change? I think for sure I want to keep the red heads, but am up for opinions on the rest. I would also be open to suggestions for fish that will use the upper/middle part of the tank, the geos sure don't!
 

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I'd sell the "Surinamensis" and set up another tank for the Port Acaras. Then I'd add another whiptail and a large schoold of Lemon tetras.
 

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So you'd keep the angels then too? I'm definitely not setting up another tank at the moment. I like the port acara, but not enough to maintain a tank strictly for them.
 
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