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125 L…. What Can I Put In It?

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    Malti
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    so I have this 125L (50x50x50)which at the moment houses a trout, due to works being done on the reservoir which should be ready by wednesday.

    After wednesday I’ll be thinking of what to put in it…

    is it big enough for channa to be comfy? are they difficult to keep?

    or

    puffers? or any other species?

    prefer FW to brackish in case of puffers – and would like them to be abit big not like the dwarves…

    and in that tank size, what is the chance of the fish you recommend to breed? talking about myself, the climax for me to keep any fish is in the breeding (infact my next step is in breeding orandas) – although I might consider some big fish on its own.

    ps I’m on a restricted budget, so I’ll most probably be getting juvenile fish. might opt for a trio – will the “extra” fish have to be removed later on if I opt for breeding?

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    james2010
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    QUOTE (Malti @ Feb 1 2010, 03:19 PM)
    so I have this 125L (50x50x50)which at the moment houses a trout, due to works being done on the reservoir which should be ready by wednesday.

    After wednesday I’ll be thinking of what to put in it…

    is it big enough for channa to be comfy? are they difficult to keep?

    or

    puffers? or any other species?

    prefer FW to brackish in case of puffers – and would like them to be abit big not like the dwarves…

    and in that tank size, what is the chance of the fish you recommend to breed? talking about myself, the climax for me to keep any fish is in the breeding (infact my next step is in breeding orandas) – although I might consider some big fish on its own.

    ps I’m on a restricted budget, so I’ll most probably be getting juvenile fish. might opt for a trio – will the “extra” fish have to be removed later on if I opt for breeding?


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