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    Nah, Killies don't get near big enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinalJenemba
    Nah, Killies don't get near big enough.
    My bad, I'm thinking of golden wonder panchax
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    Thanks for all the replies guys!

    Would a Gourami really terrorize my neons? I had them with 10cm Swordtails and the neons never minded. They always spread out everywhere, didn't bunch up like they would if they were stressed by the larger fish.

    I've considered a betta but I already have one, would prefer something different.

    My tank has a fitted light-hood and cover so there is nowhere for anyone to escape. What type of Killifish would you recommend? I don't know the first thing about them. Are they schoolers?

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    There are both kinds, schoolers and territorial ones. The territorial ones are the ones that get all the attention. In your tank id probably recommend a group of the schoolers. I think id do clown killies for your tank,

    Or if you don't mind only having a pair Aphyosemion Australe will knock your socks off. Well the male will anyway lol. This is mine that I just got yesterday:

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    Dwarf Gourami Disease
    RIP Shark Bait, my Red Tail Shark :(

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    +1 to Clown Killies. They stay small and really truly stay at the top of your tank. They can be kept in school but I think a Trio would work. 1 male 2 females
    Last edited by es31710; 06-07-2012 at 03:42 AM.
    10 Gallon Nano Tank

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    Gorgeous!! I have never seen the Clowns before but I'm pretty sure I've seen the Aphyosemion Australe once or twice. I'll have a look round. :)

    Thanks so much, guys!

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    How about a small school of celestrial pearl danios... Maybe 6 or 7? Imo they are far less aggressive that zebras and way more beautiful!

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    What about.... White Cloud Minnows? They can quite compliment the colours of the neons. :)
    Da name's Paul. Not Dave. ROFL

    Learn to give and take. That's how things should always work.

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    Didn't think I really had room for another school, since I like them to be 10 individuals minimum.

    Also I thought WCM were cool-water fish?

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