Stocking help 110L/24 gallon

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Amypoo89

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Hi guys!

So I have a 110L tank, not currently planted, but it will be.

I have a single dwarf gourami, around 10-12 panda corys (they were randy buggers, then I lost a few ūüôĀ), 3 kuhli loaches, and once my LFS is fully operational again I'll up that to 6 or 7 kuhlis. And I have 3 remaining guppies, which once gone will not be replaced.

I'm wondering if there is a good small schooling fish that would be a great fit, that would be top to mid dwellers as the tank is 'bottom heavy'. I realise that the gouramis are semi aggressive, and so I would need a quick schooling fish without fin nipping tendencies.

I really like the cloud mountain minnows, but not sure they're a good idea or not.

Any advice greatly appreciated, as always ūüôā
 

fishorama

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Well, I'm going to need the dimensions of your tank to make good recommendations. I don't know "litre or liter" tanks much. You have a lot of bottom fish as you know & they're my favs! But it depends on tank footprint, & height. What temp are you keeping the tank? I'm a big rasbora fan harlequin or espei but I like whiteclouds & better Vietnamese whiteclouds. Several tetras may work too.

Tell us more & post up pics if you can. Do you have live plants?
 

FreshyFresh

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Yep. Need to know the footprint of this tank. As is, you could be overstocked.
 

fishorama

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the loach, I believe I asked that about Amy's tank temp. Dwarf gouramis & pangios (kuhli loaches) like slightly warmer water than most corys & whiteclouds. Tetras can go either way. A compromise temp. might be 74 or 75F, not ideal but workable in many ways.

Amypoo, we still need your tank's dimensions...Too high or low temps can effect fish longevity...but only a couple degrees off "ideal" isn't too awfully bad...
 
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