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Well I finally moved into my new apt. First floor on solid concrete. Now I have the dilemma of filling and setting up 3 more tanks as well as my current 10 and 15 setups I already have. I have an empty 75, 40B, and a 29. The 75 will be filled with tons of nano fish. I am completely blank on the 40 and the 29 I was thinking of some nice dwarf cichlids. Anyone have some suggestions?
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Well I finally moved into my new apt. First floor on solid concrete. Now I have the dilemma of filling and setting up 3 more tanks as well as my current 10 and 15 setups I already have. I have an empty 75, 40B, and a 29. The 75 will be filled with tons of nano fish. I am completely blank on the 40 and the 29 I was thinking of some nice dwarf cichlids. Anyone have some suggestions?

Use the 75 for a nice school of Rainbows, Nanos on the 40B and the 29 for a small community/shrimp


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Agreed! Two of my dream tanks are a 75g with assorted rainbows and gudgeons for the bottom and a well planted 40B (great footprint) for large schools of nanos...but a 75g would be even cooler I'd think. 29g would be good for a pair of rams or some apistos with other SA fish (tetras, corys, etc) Totally up to you though!
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As of right now I plan on about 100 fish in the 75, the Apistos are a great idea for the 29. They are colorful and it is sitting right across from my couch. I have never had them before.
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