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  1. Post African Butterfly Fish and Leopard bush fish


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    I have a African Butterfly fish and a leopard bush and i would like to transfer them in to my 30 gallon mixed tank but i dont know if they will eat all of my fish. i already am considering moving my danios, rosy barbs, killifish, and siamses algae eater out of the tank to a 15 gallon i was wondering if my clown loach, hillstream loaches, apistogramma veijitas, hoplo, and keyhole cichlid will be okay with the African Butterfly fish and Leopard bush fish?
    I know thats alot of fish in a 30 gallon. i routinely do water changes and test the water weekly and have a 70 aquaclear so over filtration. i have had only one killi die on me in 8 months.


    Sorry, if this is a weird post im new to the forum
    Last edited by CRfish; 06-18-2012 at 06:16 PM.

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