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    The only thing I noticed is the guppys are harrasing(courting) each other I have moonlight gourami and a honey gourami
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    And the honey is considerably smaller than the moonlight.

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    The honey gourami will do just fine in that tank. The moonlight is one of the largest of the gouramis suitable for aquariums. Plus it would be rather aggressive like the shark as it grows. Beautiful fish and one I'd love to keep, but they too really need a much larger tank. I know it sucks but the sooner you know this the sooner you can decide what you want to do, instead of seeing your tank just go down the drain as fish start killing fish.
    Increasing your biodiversity increases your stability.

    You know what this tank needs? ........................ Crypts.

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