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I have set up a 126 litre tank and I am currently cycling it with Bio-Start synthetic ammonia. Any comments of this?When it is cycled I would like to stock it with:
2 lace gouramis
6 panda corys
6 rummy nose tetras
10 cardinal tetras
Would it be better to have 8 of each tetras instead since the rummy nose are shy? or 7 rummy nose and 9 cardinals? Is it better to have an even or odd number of the schooling fish?
Any other comments?

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Well lets see. 126 litres is approx 30 gallons. The rummy nosed tetras (ASSuming they are real and not the fake ones) are great! The more the better of them as they are one of the best schooling fish out there. The cardinals are fine to. You could have problems with the gouramis and these fish but I don't think so. As long as you have 6 of the cardinals and 6 rummynosed you'll be fine with these fish. You will be pushing your stocking levels with all of these fish as your 2 schools will take most of the room. IMO I would have more rummy nosed then cardinal but thats just a matter of preference.



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