Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by eliscofield12, Jun 17, 2016.

  1. eliscofield12

    eliscofield12Valued MemberMember

    I am planning on starting my second aquarium and was wanting to know what i should put in it. it is a 20 gall high and I want it to be a freshwater tropical community tank. i like the bolivian ram so I want some fish compatable with them if at all possible. If I can keep the bolivian rams in my tank how many should i do and what fish could be their tank mates. If I can not keep them what other centerpiece fish could I have besides gouramis, I already have 2 of those in my other tank.

    Never mind on the Bolivian rams I ment German blue rams.
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  2. No Fishing

    No FishingValued MemberMember

    Imo rams need at least 30 from what I've read although you could probably get by with a school of cory, small community school and a pair of GBR. GBR need warm temps though, around 82, so you want to make sure whatever you get with them should be temp compatable. Although like I said I'm pretty sure rams are suggested to he kept in a bigger tank.
  3. OP

    eliscofield12Valued MemberMember

    Ok thanks from what I've read the only ram I could do is the GBR. So if it will work what else could I put in there.
  4. No Fishing

    No FishingValued MemberMember

    Bronze, sterbai, albino, Alfonsi cory are temp compatible. I love the look of sterbai and they have great personalities too.

    For schools, rummynose, cardinal or ember tetra are all compatable as well.
  5. OP

    eliscofield12Valued MemberMember

  6. DoubleDutch

    DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    Think you mean Alfons' brother Adolfo

    To me a 20G is quite small for schooling fish like cardinals and rummynoses though those are beauties.

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