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Thread: 55g o Yeah!!!

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    For your AC tank! - Northernguy 

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    just moved my family of multis to my 55 that had about 40 neons thoose were boring multis rock and things were gettin cramped with 6 multis and at least 25 babies in a 10g
    heres the specs on my tank

    standard 55
    nova extreme 2x54w HO plant lights
    50 pounds of rocks
    100+ shells
    fluval 405
    playsand
    4 multis and lot o babies

    im going to look for some cyps and julies and or coms/calvus which should i get i am stuck in between julies or comps/calvus can i i get away with jyulies and comps or calvus thanks
    55 gallon
    2 angels
    4 neons
    6 peppred cories
    1 rubberlip pleco
    2 dwarf neon rainbows
    5 gold rams 2m/3f

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    Congrats! I love my Multi tank! I'm going to have to move them into another/larger tank as I've got 5 adults and like 40+ fry, in different batches, with the largest being about 3/8" in length and the smallest being about a week out of the shell, in a 10G. I do have it filtered at a high level though with two double sponge filters and a Penguin 100 HOB with Purigen. You should post a pic of the setup.

    Where'd you get your shells and what kind did you use?

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    bought a ten pound bag of shells at joans for 10 there is about 300+ shells in there
    55 gallon
    2 angels
    4 neons
    6 peppred cories
    1 rubberlip pleco
    2 dwarf neon rainbows
    5 gold rams 2m/3f

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    I'd go with any of the Julidochromis except Regani. I'd probably choose Ornatus or Transcriptus. I've had Calvus with Multies & it didn't turn out too great. Once the Calvus got to about 4" they were a bit too intimidating for the Multies to handle & they spent all thier time in hiding. The Calvus also tried on occasion to have a smaller Multie as a snack but were never successfull.

    Perhaps you could add a couple of other Tangs instead of just Julies? Maybe one each of Neolamprologus Leleupi & Telmatochromis Bifrenatus with a couple of Julidochromis Transcriptus or even Marlieri 'Gombe'. Or a pair of Eretmodus Cyanostictus with a pair of the smaller Julies. The Cyanostictus need excellent water quality or can prove difficult to keep. With the Cyps in the top of the tank it would be very active & quite colourfull. I love C. Nigripinnis.
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