Banjo catfish

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There's no place for this I don't think so I guess I'll put it here, if it needs to be moved move it. I was just thinknig about my tank and once I get my neons under control that what I'm I going to get in my tank if they die or even if they don't die. I was thinking if they don't die put them back and maybe a few more otos and I hsould be good but if they die maybe I could get a few more otos and a banjo catfish. From what I have read I can provide everything banjo catfish need. The only thing I'm not sure on would one be ok in my size tank?

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Banjo's are pretty undemanding fish.
They do like their water a bit on the softer side though.

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Ok thanks, do you think my tank is big enough for them though?
 

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Your 29 is fully stocked.
The other tank is too small.

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O I didn't know that, I though I still had a little more room. sorry
 

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No worries.
Even after doing this over 25 years, I learn something new every day.

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