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PostPosted: Tue Jun 13, 2006 7:55 pm Post subject: Suggesions on what should go into my New tank Reply with quote

 All,
   My  cousin  is  commaing  back  from  US.  So  we  were  thinking  of  a  new  tank  setup.  As  i  stole  his    Cheering  
 
 Any  suggesions  for  its  setup  in  terms  of  what  goes  in  as  live  stock  ????  .  Will  be  a  4X  2X  2  tank.  
 
 No  not  a  marine  tank.
 
 I  already  have  a  planted  tank  and  a  community  tetra  massive  tank.
 
 
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 How  about  a  nice  cichlid  tank?Texas,convicts  and  terrors?
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 Hey  Toomanyfish,
 
 Thats  my  last  option.  Have  kept  them  in  the  past.
 
 Looking  out  for  exotics.
 
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 How  about  tananyikan  setup....put  a  bunch  of  frontosa's  in  their    Thumb Up
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How  about  tananyikan  setup....put  a  bunch  of  frontosa's  in  their                  

 It  would  be  a  bit  small  to  put  a  "bunch"  of  frontosas...maybe  a  pair  or  2  is  fine...
 Exotics...well  if  you  going  for  africans  malawi  cichlids  could  be  a  better  choice...
 How  about  a  single  large  fish...a  flower  horn  maybe?
 And  dare  i  suggest...Discus?
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 forget  front's  and  others,  how  about  piranhas  alias  nattreri.  
 Cheer    Clapping    Thumb Up    Thumbs Up    Rock On  .  am  going  to  get  them  in  a  couple  of  weeks.
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 hi
 how  abt  the  frontosas  and  the  malavina  eye  biter  or  the  flower  horn  which  i  have.
 well  the  discus  also  are  fine  in  that  size  of  a  tank.
 how  are  the  bosmani  rainbows?  hope  they  are  well  settled  in  your  tank.
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rgg  wrote:                
Looking  out  for  exotics.                

 
 Go  for  Red  Chilly  Arowana.  Razz
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 FRONTOSA  
 
 OR  
 
 RED  CHILLI  AROWANA  Smile    Smile    Smile
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rgg  wrote:                

 
 Looking  out  for  exotics.
 
                 

 
 Then  see  if  you  can  get  hold  of  some  Madagascar  Cichlids  from  somewhere    Drool  
 
 As  exotic  as  you  can  get
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 Is  not  a  4  by  2  by  2  too  small  for  a  red  chilly  arrowana?????
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 Yeh!!!
   I  gave  up  the  idea  of  an  Arrowana  long  back.  They  look  boring  for  me  atleast.    Thumb Down  
 
 Have  tried  Dicus  in  past  and  gave  up  the  idea  of  that.  Too  much  work  for  a  lazy  bug  like  me.    Thumb Down  
 
 Hayath,
   What  are  Madagascar  Cichlids,  Never  heard  about  them  before..  Shocked    can  you  give  me  more  details  of  them.
 
 
 Ahmead,
   Yeh!!!  Bosemanian's  are  doing  great,  eating  well,  And  have  got  mingled  well  within  the  community  tank  which  i  introduced  it  day  before.
 
 They  seem  to  like  tetra  bits  a  lot.
 
 
 
 
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 I  have  two  4  feet  tanks  and  here  is  what  works  for  me.  
 
 I  have  19  clown  loaches  in  one  tank,  and  various  other  loaches  to  give  them  company  with  denisonii  barbs  as  dither  fish.  
 
 In  my  other  tank,  I  have  a  pair  of  these  lovely  catfish  called  striped  raphael's  or  talking  catfish,  along  with  some  south  american  cichlids  -  a  convict,  a  salvini,  a  texas.  I  also  have  a  pair  of  blue  botias  in  there,  though  I  plan  to  start  a  school,  blue  loaches,  or  blue  botias  are  hard  to  come  by.  
 
 I  would  like  to  go  for  a  Tanganyaki  or  Malawi  set  up  and  throw  in  some  raphaels  for  the  bottom.  They  can  stand  the  aggression  of  the  cichlids  and  dont  grow  to  over  6  inches  and  are  terribly  good  looking,  exotic,  and  a  little  bit  pricey  though  not  too  much.  
 
 If  you  want  something  terribly  exotic,  you  should  try  keeping  a  fish  of  the  Geophagus  cichlid  species.  These  are  new  age  american  cichlids  that  are  terribly  colourful.  Here  is  a  picture  of  what  I  think  is  a  Geophagus  Surinamensis,  there  are  many  others  in  this  species:
 
 
 
 Very  exotic  fish  indeed,  and  will  be  just  right  for  a  80-90  gallon  tank.  Throw  in  a  couple  of  fun  bottom  feeders  and  your  tank  will  be  gorgeous.  
 
 On  the  other  hand,  I  think  it  will  be  very  difficult  to  get  these  in  India,  you  cousin  could  bring  them  on  his  way  back  from  the  US  Wink
 
 Regards,
 Clowny.
 
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 ClownyGirl,
   Too  late  for  this  tank,  My  cousinz  already  here.
 And  i  started  of  on  my  2nd  planted  tank.  With  moss.  Looking  for  anubias....
 I  have  decided  that  the  new  tank  will  house  feather  fin,  Madagascar  and  Bosemanian  rainbows.
 
 But  would  be  saving  this  post  for  my  next  tank  on  another  full  moon  day.
 
 Just  wanted  one  clarification  does'nt  your  second  tank  look  too  crowded  with  all  those  housed  in.
 
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 Not  really,  they  are  all  juvies  at  the  moment  and  I  plan  to  upgrade  in  the  future  and  keep  the  bigger  loaches  and  cichlids  together.  Dont  have  a  concrete  plan  in  mind  yet,  but  they  are  my  excuse  for  a  bigger  tank    Very Happy
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