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RE: NFC: 10g Office Tank

depends where the tank is, wouldnt keep it in a cold
basement, if its covered with a light it should be
fine anywhere your family is. I'd start with a pair,
if theres plants you'll have more.

On the pygmy anywhere from one to two pair, there will
be more.
--- chuckmiro <chuckmiro at wdn_com> wrote:
> > one of my favorite groups for a 10g is a couple of
> > Flagfish, in a heavily planted tank they are great
> and
> > fascinating(to me).
> Thanks Jake. I might be interested in keeping the
> flagfish. I recently saw a
> nice color picture of them. Could I keep a male and
> a female in an unheated
> tank? Is there a possibility that they'd breed?
> > Another candidate would be the everglades pygmy
> > sunfish, more little jewels.
> Hmm, they're neat too. How many would be suitable
> for 10g?
> I really like the two Eastern Mudminnows I've got in
> there right now. The
> fish are amazingly curious. Will just sit on a plant
> or keep stationary in
> the water column somewhere and watch me while I work
> on the computer.
> Chuck

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