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Old 07-11-2010, 03:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im going to be upgrading from my 10gal to a 29gal and am wanting more fish, i am wanting some ideas for some cool freshwaterautolinker.com autolinking image fish i can put with my platies and guppies please and thanks
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2 fancy guppies
1 BN albino algae eater
1 ghost shrimp

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Default Re: what fish can i put with my platies and guppies

Platies and Guppies are both "Live Bearers". So are Mollies and Sword tails. Both great additions. I also have Dwarf Gouramis in my Live bearer tank.
With the shrimp you need to make sure you don't put anything in there that will eat them. The ones I suggested probably wont. Leaf fish, Bettas and other large mouth fish will eat shrimp and some times eat the smaller fish. Good luck!

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thanks for the recommendations on the fish and the good luck im super excited about getting the bigger tank and im definitely looking at getting some mollies
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