If You Had An Extra 29 Gallon How Would You Stock It?

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by FishFish221, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. FishFish221Well Known MemberMember

    Title is the question.
    Need some ideas on restocking my 29 gallon with fish.
     
  2. glofishguy1234567890Valued MemberMember

    Fresh or salt?
     




  3. FishFish221Well Known MemberMember

    This is in the freshwater side of the forum so I'm pretty sure it will be freshwater.
     




  4. DutchAquariumWell Known MemberMember

    Antennarius biocellatus, A type of brackish water frog fish is my choice. As soon as i go back to brackish water i plan on going with this species. They grow about 5inches but a 29 gallon works because they don't move much.
     
  5. WadeEHValued MemberMember

    I had to look that one up. Those are some strange looking fish. LOL
     
  6. NLindsey921Well Known MemberMember

    A large school of chili rasboras.
     
  7. david1978Fishlore LegendMember

  8. _IceFyre_Well Known MemberMember

    2x Cockatoo apistogramma
    2x honey gourami
    6x marble hatchetfish
    6x julii corydoras
     
  9. jaymethyValued MemberMember

    6-8 corydas catfish (I love the panda corys)
    3 shoals of 6-8 tetras or rasboras
    1-2 honey gouramis
    1-2 nerite snails or some red cherry shrimp
     
  10. lilabug4545Well Known MemberMember

    This might be out of your comfortable stocking, but I'd stock it with either a single axolotl or three mudskipper. An axie would be easier than muddies.
     
  11. xloeValued MemberMember

    I saw something like this a while back and it made me want another tank, even though I've never really been thrilled with bettas (yet):
    7 female betta
    6 cories of choice
    8 harlequin rasboras
    I think this person was throwing a bn pleco in too, but I would leave it out I think.
     
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