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    This is my Stocking plan for my aquarium, any comment and suggestion? thanks =)


    Aquarium size: WxLxH 1.8x3.4x3 ft.
    around 110 US gallon.

    Main:
    Platies x 4-6
    Mosquitofish x 4
    Cherry shrimp x 3
    Blue Pearl shrimp x 3
    White Cloud Mountain minnow x 4
    Black Molly x 3
    Glowlight tetra x 4

    Optional:
    Medaka/japanese rice fish x 4
    Endler's livebearer x 4

    Plants:
    Hairgrass
    DWARF BABY TEARS
    Anacharis
    Duckweed
    Glossostigma Elatinoides

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    What temperature will the tank be kept at?

    How is it filtered?
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    Just in general, with adequate filtration you could keep a lot more fish in a 110 gallon tank (one of the rare times I've ever said that).

    Instead of having a few of many different species, have you considered massive schools (30+) of just a few species? it can be hard to resist having as much variety as possible, but having large schools of your favorite species will look much more natural in the long run, as opposed to a hodgepodge of fish. Plus, the fish like it much better that way too. Some species of fish in your tank (the livebearers) don't have any schooling tendencies though.

    Personally I would avoid the livebearers. Unless you stick to all males, add some predatory that will eat only the fry but not the adults, or manually cull the fry, they will absolutely overrun any tank. The mollies are both somewhat sensitive and also aggressive.

    When keeping shrimp together (and your tank could support much, much more shrimp than 6), make sure they cannot hybridize or you'll end up with a tank full of mutts that will probably exhibit wild (i.e. drab brown) color. Here's a handy link: http://www.planetinverts.com/Will%20...nterbreed.html

    Some of your plants (the baby's tears and glossostigma) will need high light, CO2 and fertilization to do well. Is that something you are considering?

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