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75 gallons

Discussion in 'New World' started by rich_one, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. rich_one

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    So, mulling over options for the 75 gallon in my bedroom. What showy species would pair nicely in there for life and not kill each other? Just soliciting some ideas. Thanks.

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    carpintis "Escondido" :)
     
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    Are you saying a pair won't kill each other in a 75? As in breeding pair?

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    No guarantees but they're in a 55g now...


     
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    Cuban cichlids seem like a good fit, I would think. Not sure any breeding pair of cichlids could be considered a lock to not kill each other, though.
     
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