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I really like Lemon, Rummynose and Black Skirt Tetras for schooling fish but if those don't work let me know otherwise. I also dont really want any of the fish to steal the spotlight from the Gourami...Giul said:Pretty much any peaceful tetra would be compatible with the honeys (no Serpae Tetra), danios, livebearers (guppies, platties, etc), shrimp, snails, corydoras, most algae eaters, all of those are great tankmates. I would just choose a schooling fish that is smaller than the honey so that they really stand out.
What kind of fish are you interested in? If you have any specific ones in mind we can let you know how many would be a good fit in that tank
Rasboras? I was also thinking about that but wasn't sure.DoubleDutch said:Harlequins
I’m not sure about the number of fish but the lemon tetras and Rasboras would definitely work! I’d reccomend a clown, rubberlip, or a bristlenose plecomattm said:Would this stocking work?
3x Honey Gouramis
6-8x Harlequin Rasboras
6-8x Lemon Tetras
1x Pleco (Not Common Pleco, but please let me know what would work)
If this stocking does work what order would you recommend I stock them in?
Ive read that clown plecos also stay relatively small. Thanks for the Centerpiece recommendations!nikm128 said:For your centerpiece you could look at petco for honey’s, mine usually has them all the time. If you still can’t find them you could do any other dwarf gourami or some full sized gouramis too. Powder blues are my favorite dwarf, and the full size ones i like opaline gouramis and blue (also called three spot) gouramis. Also for that tank size you may want to consider bristlenose plecos, they don’t get as big.