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Anyone have any advice to give on the subject? I have a 55 gallon tank.

I'm currently eyeing Harlequin Rasboras and Serpae tetras in numbers of 10-15 to go along with some of the smaller species of gouramis(max 3-4 inches).

Does this sound reasonable?

I was originally considering tiger barbs since they get a bit larger and can hold their own against the larger species of gourami(blue/kissing), but from what I have read they are very aggressive fin nippers.

My tank will be heavily planted on all levels of the aquarium and I intend to have several SAE's as cleanup. Any suggestions? I am looking for a colorful peaceful schooling fish that have very tight formations(I knew when I looked at the large tank of rasboras that I really wanted to get them in if they wouldn't be bullied and killed).
 

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Cardinal tetras. Tight schoolers, attractive fish, relatively docile, eat readily, bigger than neons, and hardy
 
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