Silver dollars with small fish

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bbfeckawitts

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Like guppies/neons. Would this work?
Thanks, Brianna
 

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I HAVE SILVER DOLLARS WITH SMALL FISH AND THEY DONT BOTHER EACH OTHER SO IT SHOULD BE OK
 

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I think they should be fine since the silver dollars are herbivores.
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Yes,it can. But be careful because I think Carlos said that his silverdollar had eaten his neon and cardinal tetra.
 

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I mean Sarcatis if I'm right at the spelling
 

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Tom said:
I think they should be fine since the silver dollars are herbivores.
Tom
As Carol pointed out, Red Hook Silver Dollars, Myleus rubripinnis rubripinnis , are omnivores.

And you always take some risk when putting fish in a tank with other fish who have mouths that are bigger than they are. The learning curve may just add to the diet for your Silver dollars.
 
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