COLD WATER AQUARIUM - South American Gymnogeophagus

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S.S. replied the topic: Re:COLD WATER AQUARIUM - South American Gymnogeophagus

Thanks Rocksor. I will look for more information about those fish. The onlyone i've had before was brasiliensis. Beautiful but a bit agressive.

Are all those species compatible and is my tank big enough for all?

Inspite liking large fish I specially like oscars :)

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I would not put all in your current tank.

You could add crenicichla minuano to your current tank though
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Rocksor wrote: I would not put all in your current tank.

You could add crenicichla minuano to your current tank though

My idea long term is not to add new species to this setup but to transform it in to a larger species tank. Either returning to Oscar fish or mantainining coldwater fish as those you suggested. Thats why I made my questions about those all living together.

I can also In the future make a much larger tank up to 1000lts or so to replace this but the larger tank will only happen if I can have only coldwater due to beeing impossible for me to suport heating costs to such a large tank.

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