Considering a single convict

AZL
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I have been waiting to add the last fish to my larger freshwater community and convicts are the best match to the tank size (55 gallons) and water parameters - with blackwater and moss in the filter ph is steady at 7.2 and many need 7 and under or over 8. I'm not considering a breeding pair as I realise there will be much aggression and many difficult to home offspring. What are people's thoughts on a single female (as they stay smaller) with this community of more robust fish - zebra loaches, bn plec, large albino corys, rams, golden wonder panchax, black emperor tetras, vampire shrimp - all at full size?
 
GlennO
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Blue Rams? She may not play nicely with them. Not sure about the shrimp either.
 
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AZL
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Thanks for the reply. Gold rams but same really and they are my main concern. If it's a problem they can go into the 35 gallon community where their offspring are - it's softer water for them anyway. The shrimp are between 3 and 5 inches so not very vulnerable, they've been coping with a 6 inch + plec haranguing them
 

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