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Thread: 55 gallon tank

  1. #11

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    Clown Barbs get pretty big, as long as you keep them with similer sized fish they are actualy well behaved for their size. Some great information on them: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...44442042,d.cGE
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    If it has Barb in the name, it's generally either semi-aggressive (eg. Tiger barb) or suited to much larger tanks (eg. Tinfoil barb).

    What about Marble hatchets? Cories? Livebearers? Dwarf cichlids?

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    What about cherry barbs? They aren't aggressive at all.

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    What about OP telling us a bit about the tank's setup and his water (hard/soft) so that we can advice a species that will do well in his aquarium?

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