110 Gallon Aquarium Stocking

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Up the rainbows to 5-6 since they school, and do at least 2 Rams since they do best in pairs. That's all I say you need to change. You have a lot of room left too by the way
 
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nikm128 said:
Up the rainbows to 5-6 since they school, and do at least 2 Rams since they do best in pairs. That's all I say you need to change. You have a lot of room left too by the way
Do you have any suggestions on what other fish could be suitable to add to the stocking list
 

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hI all,
I have recently upgraded to a 110 gallon aquarium. I was wondering whether this stocking plan suits and what fish could be added.
- 3 Australian / Murray River rainbow fish
- 2 boesemanI rainbows
- 7 bronze corydoras
- 1 German Blue Ram
- 7 black phantom tetras
- 1 bristlenose pleco
thanks in advance
What I would do.

- 12 Murray River rainbows
- 16 BoesemanI rainbows
- 7 bronze cories
- 4 blue rams (2 pairs)
- 20 phantom tetras
- 1 bristlenose pleco


(And then if you're missing the centrepiece fish, a larger gouramI or two like moonlight, snakeskin or 3 spot... or an angel.
 
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What I would do.

- 12 Murray River rainbows
- 16 BoesemanI rainbows
- 7 bronze cories
- 4 blue rams (2 pairs)
- 20 phantom tetras
- 1 bristlenose pleco


(And then if you're missing the centrepiece fish, a larger gouramI or two like moonlight, snakeskin or 3 spot... or an angel.
thanks for the ideas, it sounds like a great stocking plan however I think that may be to many rainbows for a 110 gallon
 

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thanks for the ideas, it sounds like a great stocking plan however I think that may be to many rainbows for a 110 gallon
Can always cut back if you feel like its too many. Halving those numbers will still be visually interesting IMO.
 
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aussieJJDude said:
Can always cut back if you feel like its too many. Halving those numbers will still be visually interesting IMO.
thanks, if I cut back on the rainbows can I put in a group of 3 panda garra
 
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After taking into account the suggestions would this work as a suitable stocking plan
- 6 Australian / Murray River rainbow fish
- 4 boesemanI rainbows
- 10 bronze corydoras
- 2 German Blue Ram
- 12 black phantom tetras
- 1 bristlenose pleco
- 4 otocinclus ( just to make sure the tanks stays clean )
I also love catfish, so would there be any other types of catfish I could add in to the community.
 

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