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  1. Default help with finishing off stocking please!


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    I have a 100L/26g peaceful freshwater community tank with an external and internal filter 500L/hr and 400L/hr respectively and an adjustable heater. It has a brown sand substrate, all artificial plants apart from a bunch of java moss growing on top of a cave and a floating Ceratopteris siliquosa. It has planty of hiding spaces and some driftwood.

    At the moment it has 16 neon tetra, 6 three-lined corydoras, and 10 red cherry shrimp. I would like to finish my stocking off with one or more bigger fish, that obviously will get on with the other tank mates. any ideas or suggestions?

    i thought about a honey gourami, thoughts on this?

    i know i am fairly close to fully stocked but i would like something bigger in there if possible.

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    A single Honey Gourami or sounds would be a nice fit. Also, think about 3 additional cories as they thrive better with a larger numbers.

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    thanks for the suggestions :)

    any others want to chime in?

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