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  1. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    i feel like i havent been on forever so busy with school but i have about 10 inches of fish to fill up my tank with does anyboyd have suggestions i am kinda stuck i am getting 4 ottos but i still need some suggestions
     

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    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    o il be on later
     

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    0morrokh Fishlore VIP Member

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    First of all I would get at least one more Cory since they like to be kept in a small shoal.  Otos would be good.  If you get four that leaves you with 2 inches, which may or may not be enough to get another Cory depending on the species. If not, I would go with 3 Otos so you can get another Cory. 
     
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    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    no the ten inches is after i get the otos and i dont want to get anymore corys because i already tried that and they did get along the the new cory ended up dieing and the corys are over 10 years old and i cant find any of the same type as they are so more corys are out of the question so i still need ten more inches of fish the otos are included in the 20 inches count but i am kinda stuck on what type of fish to get because i cant seem to find any that will get along with the angels besides livebearers and i would rather not get them and leave them as a last resort or just leave extra space in the tank but if anyboyd can think of a good fish i would really appreiciated it thanks
     
  5. fish_r_friend

    fish_r_friend Well Known Member Member

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    how about neon tetras or zebra danios
     
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    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    dont really want danios as they need to be in large groups and lots of swimming space and i dont have that for them and neons have a very good chance of getting eaten
     
  7. Miss Mouse

    Miss Mouse Well Known Member Member

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    How about a few hatchett fish?They're amusing ;D
     
  8. Jon

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    i dont have any good suggestions but was just wondering if your guppies get harrassed? i would think a male fancy tailed guppy would attract a male betta.
     
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    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    nope all the fish are fine and problem with hatchett fish is i have never seen them before in any of my lfs
     
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    maybe a female betta
     

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    atmmachine816 Fishlore VIP Member

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    i have a male betta so that wouldnt work
     

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