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Isn't that a pretty low stock? I was thinking of getting a pair of rams and trying to get a pair or two of the angels.
 
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I plan to breed the boesemanI rainbows, do you guys think 4 angels is too much for this tank?
 
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That makes sense. I'm relatively worried that the trisficiata hybrid will try to breed. However, I think the male BoesemanI is the Alpha.
 
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I was at my LFS and saw some apistogramma agassizii's that look absolutely amazing. I restrained myself from buying them before I asked the forum about adding a pair to my tank. Also as a side note ,ive been looking at liveaquaria and fish profiles and noticed some inconsistencies with the temps they keep their fish at. Which is the "better" website? and what temps would you guys keep the fish I have listed above at?

Oh I guess originally I failed to mention I have an FX5 filter in this tank and tons of plants.
 

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id stay about 77-79 and they will apistos will work in your tank they just need there own space but that tank will be good for them
 
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Sounds good. Ive been aimming for about 78 - 80 degress. Heater is set for around 78 - 79 degrees, rather hard to set/tell on my via aqua.
 

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ThaiT said:
I was at my LFS and saw some apistogramma agassizii's that look absolutely amazing. I restrained myself from buying them before I asked the forum about adding a pair to my tank. Also as a side note ,ive been looking at liveaquaria and fish profiles and noticed some inconsistencies with the temps they keep their fish at. Which is the "better" website? and what temps would you guys keep the fish I have listed above at?

Oh I guess originally I failed to mention I have an FX5 filter in this tank and tons of plants.
I'd look at seriouslyfish, they have the best profiles. The apistos would work in your tank.
 
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Any other suggestions on my center piece fish?

currently I'm stocked with:
2 angels
2 Rams
4 BoesemanI (going to get 2 or 3 more females)
6 metae cories
2 bristlenose plecos
 
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I was thinking that or the Apistogramma Cacatuoides "Double Red"(looks cool). I just wanted as many ideas as possible before I made a final decision.
 
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Filter: FX5
Tank temp: 78 - 80

Right now I am stocked with:
Angelfish
BoesemanI rainbows
GBR
Bristlenose
Metae Cories
Apistogramma Cacatuiode

If I wanted to add a discus or two. What would I need to change/do to make it work? Or would it even be possible with the fish I have listed above.
 
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I've heard of people being successful with pairs, I know its not optimal but i'm interested to know what the community thinks.
 

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I hope you post photo's or even better a video once you have your tank stocked. I bet it's going to be amazing.
 

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