Hi all, I believe I am almost finished cycling my tank (with the help from many people on this forum) and will soon be able to add fish to my tank! I have tried to look around the internet to see how many fish to add at a time to a tank and cannot seem to find a definitive answer. My tank dimensions are as follows: 122cm length 45cm height 41cm depth 225 litres I hope to stock the tank with the following: 16 Cardinal Tetras 10 Bronze Corys 2 Angelfish I would also like to add a Bristlenose Pleco, and would like your opinion on this also. I hope to heat the tank to 26 degrees celsius for the other fish and wanted to know if this would suit a BN also (or if I could/should go down to 25 degrees celsius), as some websites I've read say they go up to 27 degrees celsuis but I am unsure. Also I am unsure if 2 Angelfish is the right amount, if my tank isn't big enough/it's risky I'd just have one but I don't want it to be lonely? Note I am not hoping to breed any of these fish I just want a happy little fish friends. From the reading I have done, I think it would be best to add the Tetras, the Corys then the Angelfish (once the Tetras and Corys are all grown up then add juvenile Angels). But my question is, how many Tetras at a time? I know 6 is schooling amount, but is this too many in one hit for a newly cycled tank? Also, if I add multiple groups of Tetras at separate times to stock the tank slowly, will the Tetras in my tank still be friendly to new Tetras added? Thanks!