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  1. Default Cold water tank mates


    0 Not allowed!
    I have a 40g breeder with 4 dojo loaches and 6 Neon Blue Stiphodon Gobys. I am also going to add some Hillstream loaches when the LFS gets a nice batch in. I want something that will swim middle to top level though as most of these fish are bottom feeders (even though the dojos are all over sometimes). Any suggestions?

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    3 Not allowed!
    I'm guessing you'll have a lot of current in that tank to keep the loaches alive. White Cloud Mountain minnows and many danio species would fit the bill of a fast swimming, mid to top dwelling species.

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    0 Not allowed!
    actually no not too much current. I have a very large bubble bar that runs pretty much the whole width of the tank and two aqua clears on each corner. I also have a 300gph powerhead that I run several times a week for a few hours each time but other wise it stays off. The fish like to play in it when it is on but its a little bit much for all the time. If I just had hillstreams and neon gobys I would leave it on 24/7 and use my river tank manifold that I built awhile ago.

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    0 Not allowed!
    What about some mosquitofish
    A true aquarist knows what it feels like to step on a sharp piece of gravel

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