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Rams with what?
How many german rams can fit in a 60L
what can they go with?
It depends on vegetation complexity and filtration capacity.
But no more than 4 (two pairs).
Rams are calm fish, who stick mostly to the bottom or in and close to their vegetation.
They can go excellent in a community tank with tetras, corydoras catfish, hatchets... all are fish with similar requirements with respect to water chemistry and region of origin.
In your case (60L) just beware you don't overstock your tank.
But a shool of tetras, a little pack of corys and four Rams should be fine.
Remember to cycle the tank and to have it well planted.
60l is about 16g. I would only put 1 ram in, with a school of tetras, or something. I wouldn't do 2 rams, unless they are the only fish in the tank. Rams can be territorial, and 4 would certainly not work in a tank that big.
I would also agree with nippy, 1 ram and a school of tetras (neons, embers) or CPDs and perhaps some shrimps
Totally agree, 4 rams in 60l would be crazy, I use an arcadia 60l as spawning tank occasionally for my Rams - pair and a few wild green neon tetra. 4 Rams in a tank that size would be a battlefield. I would do one with a small school of tetra, a few pygmy cory,s or try a pair with the possibility of taking one back if things went wrong. A pair of males, territorial disputes will happen regularly and with one breeding pair you will find the male chasing the female at times if she does not want to mate - this can end in the female going down hill very quickly, rams don't do stress very well. If you do female and male make sure you get a bigger female as she will need to be able to kick his **** backside occasionally. You get the best out of Rams when they are not stressed, colour and behaviour is by far more enjoyable than constant chasing.
I tend to associate Rams with well planted tanks, but as that isn't allways the case, I realise two pairs may be too much in 60 litres. If the tank is well planted, I'd go for a pair or maybe two females and a male.
Never a ram alone in a tank - I think that is definetely a shame.
If the tank doesn't have enogh plantings, I prefer to wait and not stock it with rams until it is.