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    Lightbulb 10 gallon (stocking plans)

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    so i have a 10 gallon.
    as soon as i find a cheap stand and a good place for it (small town house) i am going to start cycling it.
    so i thought i could start planning.
    my filteration is going to be an ac 20 plus tetra whisper 1-3 gallon. (120 gph)
    i am looking for fish that are active and not something very common (neon tetra, guppy.)
    any suggestions

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    Micro rasbora's are cool and not very common.
    Warning; Bulldog Pleco guarding my Sons tank now..

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    micro fish are you only real option in a small set up.

    betta + shrimp or
    shrimp + neon's.

    not much else can be in a proper school in that sized tank.

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    so far i really like the Micro rasbora's but my tap ph is like at 7.4.
    are they cool with alkaline water

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    Micro rasbora's are not an optin because none of my lfs carries them.
    but i kept looking for a fish,
    what about dwarf puffers!
    i love the way they look.
    can you guys give me some info on them?
    i couldn't find any

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    so i was thinking
    planted tank with
    a betta
    5 dwarf puffer

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    That DEFINITELY will not work. Puffers are aggressive little things.

    You could do EITHER a Betta OR a Dwarf Puffer -- maybe 2, you'll have to check with someone with more experience with puffers. Either would appreciate the tank being planted.

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    Get the right species of oto and plant it well and you could make this work i think. Tank would be full though

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    Endler are a great fish for a 10 gallon, in fact thats alot of room for them considering they rarely even get an inch. Good job on your fish choice if you did choose those.

    @talldutchie: I hate to ask, but what is that microfish?(The picture on all of your posts) I have 2 of those in my 8g fluval and they are like 1 1/2 centimeters or less. Very pretty fish and do well especially because it is well planted. I forgot to catch the name of the fish, the store is 2 hours away from my house.

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    both species get an inch and endler have very low bio-mass.
    i think i am good with that setup.

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