Flowerhorn In A 75g Tank? 75 Gallon Tank

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by shiv234, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. shiv234

    shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    Good or bad?
    Talk me in or out of my idea
     
  2. Seth15

    Seth15Valued MemberMember

    Hello @shiv234, I have personally never kept a flowerhorn cichlid before but I was very interested at one point in getting one as well. I did a lot of research and everywhere I read, it said the minimum tank size for a full grown flowerhorn cichlid was a standard 75 gallon aquarium.

    Maybe actual flowerhorn cichlid keepers can add there opinions as well and maybe even correct this information if wrong.
     
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    shiv234

    shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    i actually have one in a 180g by himself but i want a smaller tank since i can't keep the 180g in my room anymore
     




  4. 75g Discus Tank

    75g Discus TankFishlore VIPMember

    75 should be enough, but 100+ is my recommendation.

    They are a very personable fish though so I think it would be a fun fish to keep in your room.
     




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    shiv234

    shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    i know...i love them
     
  6. 75g Discus Tank

    75g Discus TankFishlore VIPMember

    I saw a really beautiful 4 inch flowerhorn at my LFS. I had an empty 29 that I was planning on using as a growout until I could get a 75.

    Then, I saw that he was $600.
     
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    shiv234

    shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    lol...i bought mines for 1500 in TTD which is about 220 USD
     
  8. Seth15

    Seth15Valued MemberMember

    Oh, I was under the impression that you were new to flowerhorn cichlids.

    I guess @75g Discus Tank agrees that a 75 is sufficient.
     
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    shiv234

    shiv234Well Known MemberMember

    ohhh no...i got a couple years experience with one however that is with a massive tank and not a small one
     
  10. siameseAmethyst

    siameseAmethystValued MemberMember

    I'd love to see a pic of him
     
  11. Seth15

    Seth15Valued MemberMember

    I see, well in that case I guess it's safe to say that a 75 should be fine
     
  12. Fashooga

    FashoogaFishlore VIPMember

    I think a 75g is good, it has the depth for it to grow and turn. I think you should be fine.
     




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