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    My 75 Gallon Tank

    Figured since this forum has a Fish section I might as well post a picture of my 75 gallon tank. I have 2 bolivian rams, 1 electric blue jack dempsey, 1 rainbow, 1 gold guarami, 4 cori cats, 2 glowfish tetras, and 1 angel fish.

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    You may want to consider changing up your stock.

    That JD is going to get up to about 10" and is going to get aggressive and most likely kill your other fish. Also, your corydoras and GloFish tetra need to be in schools of 6 at least each, and your Angelfish needs to be in at least a pair.

    All the fish besides the JD make great community members and are very compatible, they'd make a good tank together.


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    Re: My 75 Gallon Tank

    Quote Originally Posted by kriwu View Post
    You may want to consider changing up your stock.

    That JD is going to get up to about 10" and is going to get aggressive and most likely kill your other fish. Also, your corydoras and GloFish tetra need to be in schools of 6 at least each, and your Angelfish needs to be in at least a pair.

    All the fish besides the JD make great community members and are very compatible, they'd make a good tank together.
    Thank you for the advice and concern. I plan on getting another angel. As for the glowfish tetras, they're leftovers of my baby sisters little tank that I took over, trying to find a new home for them so they won't be staying. I use to have an adult ENJD that was about 7" and it was very peaceful with the community fish. This EBJD is 2 1/2 years old and there have been no signs of aggression from any fish since the start of the tank.

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    Totally Agree

    I agree with kriwu concerning the JD

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    Dood that's a sweet tank

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