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> Opt Nasuta tankmates?
post Nov 8 2011, 05:52 PM
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Currently have 5 o nasuta 2m, 3f - about 3-4 inches - really just starting to mature

Looking to build out appropriate tank mates for these guys in a 175g bowfront tank (6 foot tank)

i have access to/interest in:
comps - going to have to be sub-inchers though
shellies - multi's, ornatipinnis
Enantiopus kilesa
Maybe a goby pair?

Thoughts on how these might work together? posted a similar thread on the 'other' site - just trying to spread out my chances of getting responses.....

Longtime fishkeeper but cichlid newbie

135g Malawi, mostly haps (Acei, Labs, Empress, Super Yellows, P Jalo, Lithobates, Lethrinops, Dolphins, Flametails)
55g Demasoni colony, 6 Yellow Labs and 1 OB Zebra
20g Grow-out, quarantine (10 acei, 3 labs)
10g Fry (60+ acei)

Vincent's Hope

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post Nov 11 2011, 12:44 AM
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All you mentioned should work, and could even add Julies to the list.

Just keep in mind that the featherfins will need a good amount of open space, as am sure you are aware, so could pile rocks/ shells on either end. Maybe even some along the back since it is a bowfront.

Comps that small I'd probably grow out in a separate tank.

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