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    Cool 29 gal freshwater

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    Hello a.c. friends i am currently establishing a new tank and picked up a pair of geophagus jurapari as well as a pair of german blue rams i plan on putting at least a pair of balloon rams with a peacock eel and a crayfish of some sort.. i would love to hear ur expert advice on my potential tank thanx for reading...

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    I did some research for you.
    Here are the links for you to read about what you bought.

    your geophagus jurapari will grow to 10", i am afraid your tank is too small.
    I would suggest you re-home these.
    Most crayfish are agressive or semi aggressive apparently, you might want to stay away from them in a 29 gallons they grow too big anyway.

    And of course did you cycle your tank before stocking it?
    Here are the links: (fishless cycle) (cycling with fish)

    My one cent advise, research, read and ask the forum before buying.
    SMALL TANKS = SMALL FISHES (everyone here will tell you that and it works... )

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    Thank u and ur prob right research BEFORE stocking would b best .. i think too many of us newbs just add water and throw fish in w/o propper preperation and it turns out to bite us in the endend

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