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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillipOrigami
    Weird.
    I would get all out of there(everything), buy some lighting, plants, Eco complete and driftwood, fill it with neons slowly and enjoy.
    But idk if you like natural looking tanks, that's just me.
    I have lighting and plants although they are not real plants..I also invested in a nice piece of driftwood with hiding spaces..I'm not sure about a schooling species bc I want more of a variety tank..and apparently my tank is uneven at the moment..

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    Meh. I meant lighting adequate for live plants.
    No matter...

    Many many people here say they used to want a lot of different species, but they would much rather have 25 of one fish than 6 of 4 fish.
    I feel like I'm pressuring you :P sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillipOrigami
    Meh. I meant lighting adequate for live plants.
    No matter...

    Many many people here say they used to want a lot of different species, but they would much rather have 25 of one fish than 6 of 4 fish.
    I feel like I'm pressuring you :P sorry.
    No not at all! I am learning a lot that I didn't know (: I'm just on the fence about my next step..I'm just concerned about the fish I have now..if there is not enough of one kind am I putting them in danger orr whats the cons?

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    Of having a lack of a good shoplift with a schooling species?
    Lets take per say, you, and drop you in a large mansion. Many people, only 2 others speak a language you know. No sign language. Or monkeys.
    Now compare that to 20 other people like you that speak english. Or just humans.
    You will get much more enjoyment out of your fish, they live longer, more interesting and natural, see em a lot, less stress on them........
    Either way, your call.
    To the other thread!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillipOrigami
    Of having a lack of a good shoplift with a schooling species?
    Lets take per say, you, and drop you in a large mansion. Many people, only 2 others speak a language you know. No sign language. Or monkeys.
    Now compare that to 20 other people like you that speak english. Or just humans.
    You will get much more enjoyment out of your fish, they live longer, more interesting and natural, see em a lot, less stress on them........
    Either way, your call.
    To the other thread!!
    Hmm well thats a spin on the situation! I see what you're saying..I want whats best for my fish..so I guess thats a school!

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    I would return them(current fish) and start anew. :)
    Non schoolers are "antisocial" people.
    Your call, hope I'm not confusing you :p. You can have schoolers or non.
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    Thanks!! I will see the local stock soon!

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    Remember, you can always order online.
    Take a look at:
    Aquariumfish.net
    Liveaquaria.com
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    Thanks! I decided to give back my bleeding hearts and keep my diamond tetras. Instead I added on to my glofish equaling six. They seem to all be enjoying the transition. I was debating upping my tetras but the research I did made it seem like the diamond tetras are perfectly ok with just 3. If I had a bigger tank..I would have 6 and 6!

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    They are fine, yet more prone to disease and everything. I say you switch to just diamonds....
    They are "fine" but not thriving.
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