So I've tried aqadvisor, but I know it's not completely reliable, so I'd like some advice I've got an 80 gallon tank up and running, and I'm working on stocking slowly but steadily. Currently there are 7 head and tail light tetras there, + one unidentified tetra which schools with them, so I guess I could count it as one. I've got a pleco which was labeled as an L144 where I bought it. It's some yellow variation of the bristlenose according to my research. There's also a rabbit snail and 3 assassin snails in there. My thought now is to add a school of 8 Harlequin Rasboras, and then later add a couple of angelfish. I read in a different thread here that adding 3 wasn't recommended as they might couple up and fight the one that's left out, so I guess two is the limit? Or could I have more? Should I perhaps add another one of the yellow plecos to handle the algae and add life to the bottom of the tank, or would they fight eachother? (I read that they could be territorial.) My substrate is black fine gravel, so the yellow pleco makes a nice contrast Or perhaps some loach which would give some contrast with the black gravel? If the loaches eat snails it's ok, because I could rehome my snails to a 16 gallon which I'm setting up. Clown loaches are beautiful, but I guess they get too big. I would just like to know if I need to rethink the stocking because the fish might be killed by the angels, or if it's ok. I'm thinking the angels go in last so that they don't have the opportunity to build a territory which spans the whole tank. And I'd of course like to keep from over stocking it.