110 Gallon Aquarium Stocking

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by Nicholas pilgrim, Mar 17, 2019.

  1. Nicholas pilgrimValued MemberMember

    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
  2. nikm128Fishlore VIPMember

    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
  3. Nicholas pilgrimValued MemberMember

    Do you have any suggestions on what other fish could be suitable to add to the stocking list
  4. aussieJJDudeWell Known MemberMember

    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.
  5. Nicholas pilgrimValued MemberMember

    thanks for the ideas, it sounds like a great stocking plan however i think that may be to many rainbows for a 110 gallon
  6. aussieJJDudeWell Known MemberMember

    Can always cut back if you feel like its too many. Halving those numbers will still be visually interesting IMO.
  7. Nicholas pilgrimValued MemberMember

    thanks, if i cut back on the rainbows can i put in a group of 3 panda garra
  8. Nicholas pilgrimValued MemberMember

    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.