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    Hi there, i just bought a 29 gallon with a 200 GPH filter. I dont need any advice on setup as i already know how to do it all, just wondering what i should stock in it. I dont really want any of the common fish, I really want something unique and cool to show. Also how much fish should be in a 29 gallon without overstocking it? Any advice welcome, Thanks all.

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    I think you should research fish first then come back with what you like. Then we can help with stocking levels. I would look up shell dwellers they are cool
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    something unique, colorful and suited for a 29g might be some killifish..... just a thought.... but they can have short life spans (1-2 yrs for some...) and to get your money's worth you must breed them....
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    Those are pretty cool looking. Really liking the clown killifish. Any tips on breeding a fish? Never bred a fish before.

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    something that is unique is a big school of neon's.
    i'd go with 40 neons on your 29....Hobbs had something similar in her's.
    but my lfs has a 600gallon, and before filling it up with monster cichlids, they use it for massive schooling fish, so there are at least 100 neons and it i the coolest thing to see them like that.

    so for you, plant the 29, 40 neons and enjoy the show

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    Shouldn't you first decide how you will cycle the filter? Either fishless (best) or fish base (fish you will not keep or don't mind having some die; not a human cycle system.) Until that is done, all your fish will most likely die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mizzoutank View Post
    something that is unique is a big school of neon's.
    so for you, plant the 29, 40 neons and enjoy the show
    While I agree that a large school of neons would look really nice, the OP doesn't want a common fish. I agree with Daimen that some research should be done 1st - it really depends on potential size of a fish to know how many can go into a 29gal - some fish can't be in a 29 at all.

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    Well in terms of researching I really like the look of pleco's and chiclids. Pretty sure chiclids are too big for a 29 gallon correct?

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