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    Quote Originally Posted by YaYgoldFish
    Yeah id try 2 ottos and 6 shrimps. But dont forget the weekly water change.

    I just thought you were getting 12 shrimps and 4 ottos..then you would of had a problem.
    well no...i was thinking of getting either 2-4 otos but i have made up my mind to get 2. and after thinking about it....12 shrimp is alot...and if i get some males and females then i could maybe get some little ones.

    thanks YaYgoldFish

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    No problem.

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    12 cherry isn't a lot. The general thought is that shrimp have a negligible effect on the bioload, the benefits outweigh the load they put on the system.

    How much are cherrie's at your LFS? I shipped some to Canada recently with no problems. I'll also PM you some info on acquiring them from a Canadian breeder.

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