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  1. #1

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    Mar 2013

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    Default Looking for stocking advice, 30g mini community taganyika tank

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    I'm going try my hand a Tanganyikan set up after realizing my tank is to small for Malawi's. I have reset the tank with rocky areas and open sand, shells are on order. Jeff's video inspried me.

    Would this work for initial stocking? Tank dimensions are 36x12x18

    3) Lamprologus mautifascians
    3) Julidochromis marlieri
    3) Neolamprologus leleupi
    1) Altoamprologus calvus

    Any advice is welcome, critique included

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    May 2013
    Phoenix, AZ

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    I'm not sure if you're still looking for some advice, but I believe your initial stock list looks good. I have kept a similar tank before. Julis and Multis get along well. I would be a little worried about the leleupi and julis fighting but if you provide enough rocks / hiding places they should be fine. A nice addition to this tank would be some synodontis petricola catfish. They stay small and won't bother anything and they will create some adversity.

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