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Re: Aggies in 55 gallon

Hi Bob,

    thanks for the info.  How many fish should i have in this 55 ga? All
fish are small, No swordtails, everything is peacefull. The male Apisto
is the largest at about 21/2 ". Again thank you.

AP>Diane writes:

AP><< I have a
AP>> pair of Agassizs! and in the tank (55 gal) I have some angels,Rams or
AP>> Thomasis, tetras & live beareres, What other kinds of Apistos could I
AP>> put in this tank? And is there a place on the net that I can find
AP>> pictures of the various kinds? Thank you all very much.
AP>> Diane
AP>> amos@grolen.com >>

AP>It sounds like you may have stretched the capacity a little already.  It is
AP>experience that it is easier on the fish to keep the stocking levels down, a
AP>more satisfying for me also, as the fish are healthier and more fun to watch
AP>I personally avoid livebearers with my dwarves, as I have had some occasiona
AP>trouble with fin-nipping, especially from swordtails.  IMHO, Aggies and Rams
AP>are enough dwarves for one tank.
AP>For sites, try <A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/7918/">
AP>newdave</A>,  <A HREF="http://www.fishlinkcentral.com/">Fish Link Central</A
AP><A HREF="http://trans4.neep.wisc.edu/~gracy/fish/opener.html">Cichlid Home
AP>Page</A>, or our local favorite,
AP><A HREF="http://www.cco.caltech.edu/~aquaria/krib/">The Krib</A>.  I think
AP>someone is working on setting up a list of Apisto pictures on the web

AP>Bob Dixon

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