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90 gal freshwater tank

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plants & Planted Tanks' started by jonny123, Jul 3, 2010.

  1. jonny123

    jonny123 Thread Starter New Member

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    i have a 20 gal tank about 20 fish in it .and also a 40 gal with about 20 fish.a 15 gal with about 10 fish

    my plans to put them all in the 90 gal. the 90 gal been set up about 2 months cycled with feeder fish . bringing it to my room this week .

    my ? is i should add the fish a few at a time or put them all in or would that be to much at one time ?
     
  2. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    What are the fish ?
     
  3. jonny123

    jonny123 Thread Starter New Member

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    fish are

    8 sliver dollers
    2 placo cat fish
    8 hi fin black skrit terts
    8 ninon tertras
    4 mollys
    a fey no idea but in the tertra family
     
  4. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    I'm not so sure I'd mix the mollies with those guys because they're more "peaceful" then tetras.

    If you're set on it what I would do is try to add the mollies first and let them get used to the tank for a day or two then you can add the others and see how it goes.
     
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    jonny123 Thread Starter New Member

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    do i just put them in or bag them let them sit 20 mins then reless like buying from the store or ?

    they all been together sense my friend gave them to me i dont care for the mollys much they chase the sliver dollers
     
  6. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    You should drip acclimate them to the new tank water for about 30 minutes or so.