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  1. Default ?Cherry Barbs/Barbs for my 55 gallon


    0 Not allowed!
    The 55 gallon in my bedroom will most likely be setup this weekend, the filter an AC110 is already cycled and has been for around 5 weeks. I would like to put a school of barbs in the tank but how limited will I be to adding other fish with them, I've never had Barbs before and I just didn't want to just be limited to aggressive fish. Would I still be able to put an angelfish, gourami, cory's, or any other fish such as these in with them without the Barbs tearing them up?, I have a spotted Raphael that I thought would be nice to put into the tank and then maybe a redtailed shark but I'm not stuck on the idea of the red tailed shark yet.

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    0 Not allowed!
    Sorry I meant tiger barbs!!!!!!!!

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    0 Not allowed!
    Kingmed,
    If you 'check' my barb primer, checker barbs would fit your bill. Beautiful, especially when they grow up, and passive. May nibble plants a bit if you have them, meaning you should have a vegetative as well as staple pellets to feed them.

    Dave

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