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|27 Gallon Hexagon Tank|
What would be good stocking options for a 27 gallon hexagon tank (fully cycled- pH7.0). I really like German Rams, Silver Hatchets, and dwarf gouramis. The problem is that the tank is really tall and always looks empty. Angels would probably do well, but I am sort of "ehh" on how they look. Perhaps many zebra danios and neon tetras could look nice as well.
|Posted 02-Apr-2011 03:05|
A pair of Germany Rams would be good. I have cherry barbs and black neon tetras in with mine so neon tetras should go with them fine. Get a bottom dwelling fish to like a kuhli loach or some sort or cory. Also a pleco that stays small.
Just have to make sure you have enough filtration.
|Posted 20-Apr-2011 13:49|
What are the dimensions of the tank? That will really help with stocking questions. Keep in mind german rams are bottom dwellers, if you end up with a breeding pair you will expirience alot of aggression. Hatchets are a top dwelling fish so they would work in a taller tank like that pretty well granted there is enough room for a school of them.
|Posted 25-Apr-2011 06:44|
Dimensions are 18L x 15D x 24H
Could I get away with keeping 2 Corys (peppered) in this tank? I was also thinking perhaps a few different schooling tetras.(prestilla, cardinals etc) This way the tank looks full, if they school at different levels
|Posted 25-Jun-2011 00:59|
I believe this link should start you off on the right
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|Posted 25-Jun-2011 14:05|
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