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    Thanks for the pictures, your tank realy looks good, I can't wait to see what more you stock with.
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    was looking at red and blue columbian tetras at the pet store the other day, might even consider lemons or buenos aires. I figure 10 or 15 would make a nice school. Right now, I have 12 fish in there- including an enormous pleco (posted a thread about him) that I just got. I am more than likely going to surrender my 2 iridescent sharks soon to make room for the tetras. Don't need 60 lbs of catfish to 2 lbs of everything else combined. But I think I am going to concentrate on planting first.
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    If you don't go with the Columbians than go with the Lemons. I've always thought they an an underappreciated fish. A big school of 15-20 would realy make your tank, IMO.

    Last edited by steeler58; 06-02-2013 at 05:43 AM.
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    Lemon tetra's are one of the few fish that look "okay" as an albino strain, at least IMO.

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    Albino or not is always a matter of taste. But yes, albino lemons, tiger barbs and cories seems to work best of all the species bred as albino.

    A 150 gallon, even with that big pleco in it, offers the possibility to have 2 schools in decent numbers or one in a stunning number. Lemons have an advantage that even when you build up the school to 50 it's still not going to break the bank.

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