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    7 black skirt tetras
    2 lyre tail creamsicle molly
    2 dalmation mollys
    in a cycled 44 gallon pentagon tank could they live happily here? its this tank http://www.onlinepetdepot.com/perfec...Fch7Qgod-mAAQg

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    Sizewise that will be just fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    Sizewise that will be just fine
    would i be able to add any other fish?

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    Probably. Also depends on what your setup is like and how hard your water is. What are the dimensions of this thing?

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    Seems rather tall and tall isn't that good for fish

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    Quote Originally Posted by talldutchie View Post
    Probably. Also depends on what your setup is like and how hard your water is. What are the dimensions of this thing?

    047497165010.jpg

    Seems rather tall and tall isn't that good for fish
    my water ph is 7 length is 22 depth is 19 height 24 yeah thats what i was thinking its pretty tall for fish i would probably do a bare bottom tank just some plants and driftwood any recommendations on fish ? i added 5 neon tetras but they got eaten by the black skirt tetra i saw the last one get eaten it was horrible
    Last edited by jesraz; 03-28-2013 at 06:49 AM.

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    I also have a 20 gallon long tank thats salwater i have 1 blue devil damsel 8 hermit crabs and 1 cleaner shrimp could i move them instead to the 44 gallon pentagon?

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    The 44 gallon tank is fine for these three types but with just a little difference in price 75 gallon tank is available. As it provide lot of space for feeding them and they enjoy some space to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesraz View Post
    I also have a 20 gallon long tank thats salwater i have 1 blue devil damsel 8 hermit crabs and 1 cleaner shrimp could i move them instead to the 44 gallon pentagon?
    I know almost nothing about marine but I'd say that these need a lot of floorspace and I don't think this tank offers a lot of that.

    Bare bottom means most bottom dwellers won't like it. You could perhaps get some adult cardinals, they should be big enough.

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