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Hi, I am getting a couple of different types of fish from someone. Two types of fish are going to be 5 Bolivian rams and 6 least killifish. I plan on doing one Bolivian ram with the 6 least killifish in a 10-gallon aquarium. I also plan on keeping the remaining 4 bolivian rams in a 20 gallon long, is this doable?

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I would not keep them together. Rams are larger and can be much more aggressive. I wouldn't, under any circumstance, keep even a single Bolivian Ram in a 10gal tank.

20gal long could work for just the Rams, even if it's not ideal. You'll just have to put in a lot of effort. I think they'd be great focus species in a 40 gallon breeder.

The least killifish will be fine in a 10gal.
 

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I don't think that rams are aggressive at all.
Just the tank size would be small for the fish you are wanting to keep together.
 
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