Green terror in a 40gallon tall

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by FishGuy101, Nov 28, 2012.

  1. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

    I was thinking about trading my blood perrot for a green terror he is in a 40g tall with 5 tiger barbs

  2. CichlidnutFishlore VIPMember

  3. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

  4. CichlidnutFishlore VIPMember

    JD's get just about as big as GT's. This is my adult Dempsey
  5. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

    o man i need a bigger tank i want big pretty fish but nun fit
  6. CichlidnutFishlore VIPMember

    Yeah, big fish need big tanks. 40 tall is a bad footprint for the big guys. A 55 gallon is the start of getting big fish. 75 is even better ;D
  7. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

    o and btw beautiful jack dempsey
  8. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

    i might just take down my fish tank until i can get a bigger one
  9. luke355027355027Well Known MemberMember

    used tanks are cheap and if you like DIY leaky tanks are cheaper. If you get a used tank and are not bill gates i would defaintely go used. Just always ask that they can have at least 4 inches of water in it to prove that it doesnt leak.
  10. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

    ik but after i buy a bigger tank i need to buy more sand a stand more live plants more decore probly a bigger filter
  11. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember

    my filter gets 200 gph what size tank is recemended
  12. QQQUUUUAADDDWell Known MemberMember

    For your filter (assuming it's an HOB) it can only filter at most a 20 gallon.
  13. CichlidnutFishlore VIPMember

    For hang on back filters, like penguin bio-wheels and the like, it is recommended that it has 7-10x the GPH as the size of your tank. So ideally, for a 40 gallon you'd want 400 GPH filtration.
  14. FishGuy101Valued MemberMember


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