75 gallon angelfish tank

Jross8484
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Hey guy I just got a 75 gallon tank and was thinking of fish for after I cycle it. I was wondering if I could fit 2 angelfish, 2 German blue rams, 2 electric blue rams, 1 phantom pleco, 10 rummynose tetra, and 6 sterbi corydoras. What would you get rid of? Do you think it would work when everything is full grown? I don’t want to have to upgrade
 
hpt84
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Yes, you can keep that many. Make sure you have a lot of plants, woods, and rocks for hiding. That pleco will get 7" inches long. You might how to rehome him down the road when he get that big.
 
smalli
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Jross8484 said:
Hey guy I just got a 75 gallon tank and was thinking of fish for after I cycle it. I was wondering if I could fit 2 angelfish, 2 German blue rams, 2 electric blue rams, 1 phantom pleco, 10 rummynose tetra, and 6 sterbi corydoras. What would you get rid of? Do you think it would work when everything is full grown? I don’t want to have to upgrade
If you want a pleco that will fit in that forever try the bn pleco!
 
Dunk2
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Jross8484 said:
Hey guy I just got a 75 gallon tank and was thinking of fish for after I cycle it. I was wondering if I could fit 2 angelfish, 2 German blue rams, 2 electric blue rams, 1 phantom pleco, 10 rummynose tetra, and 6 sterbi corydoras. What would you get rid of? Do you think it would work when everything is full grown? I don’t want to have to upgrade
I think the number of fish is fine for a 75 gallon, but be careful with temperature compatibility. . . GBR do best in my experience at 82+ and in a species only tank.
 
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Jross8484
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Dunk2 said:
I think the number of fish is fine for a 75 gallon, but be careful with temperature compatibility. . . GBR do best in my experience at 82+ and in a species only tank.
I was going to try and keep them tank at 80. Do you think I should move up to 81 or 82?
 
Dunk2
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Jross8484 said:
I was going to try and keep them tank at 80. Do you think I should move up to 81 or 82?
I keep my GBR tank between 83 and 84. If you’re planning a community tank, that’s going to limit other stocking options.
 
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Jross8484
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Dunk2 said:
I keep my GBR tank between 83 and 84. If you’re planning a community tank, that’s going to limit other stocking options.
When I was doing research it said angelfish could be at 78-83, rams 78-85, rummynose 75-84, sterbi corydora 75-82, blue phantom pleco 72-83. So I think I would be good. What do you think? Also the bn pleco is 72-80 so that’s why I was hesitant with that
 

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