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I changed it because it seemed too expensive for that other plan and plus it felt like there would be "too much" color... So this I think will do very well in my opinion but I wanted to make sure that everyone thought this was a good idea as far as compatibility... As far as I know all these fish should co-exist just fine
 
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The red-eyes aren't the best choice....very boisterous, especially at feeding time...and sometimes, fin nippers

It says that if you keep them in numbers of 6-8 (I'll be doing 11) that they won't be much of an issue with fin nipping... But maybe I'll think about a different fish. I really like those guys though. They were perfect in the way they schooled and looked. They were not too colorful and had nice big scales. I also love the way they somewhat tightly school... Any other fish that can compare in some way? (I REALLY want a tight schooling fish to go with the pseudomugil)
 

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It says that if you keep them in numbers of 6-8 (I'll be doing 11) that they won't be much of an issue with fin nipping... But maybe I'll think about a different fish. I really like those guys though. They were perfect in the way they schooled and looked. They were not too colorful and had nice big scales. I also love the way they somewhat tightly school... Any other fish that can compare in some way? (I REALLY want a tight schooling fish to go with the pseudomugil)
Rummynose tetras, Hemmigrammus rhodostomus...beautiful, peaceful, and probably the tightest "schooling" tetra there is...they happen to be my favorite Characin, as well ;)

Get a bunch of them, at least 12...you won't be disappointed

 
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Rummynose tetras, Hemmigrammus rhodostomus...beautiful, peaceful, and probably the tightest "schooling" tetra there is...they happen to be my favorite Characin, as well ;)

I'm gonna be completely honest 😬
They are like my least favorite fish... I don't know why, I just have never really liked them 😅

I know this is colorful but what about glowlight danios (danio choprae)... They are kinda cool and school as well
 

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I'm gonna be completely honest 😬
They are like my least favorite fish... I don't know why, I just have never really liked them 😅
Blasphemy, this is! :lol:

The danios would be fine I suppose, but no experience with them
 
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I KNOW, I KNOW

I love the way they school and all but I just really dislike the red on their face and the black and white pattern on their tail combo...
Just has never appealed to me at all lol
 
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But any other ideas are still welcomed 😅

I am really lost on what schooling fish to do lol
 
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Then there are of course these guys always... But I was kinda looking for something not as common. Different looking ya know?
 

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