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catfishcrazy

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  1. Pimelodus Ornatus is a close relative of the pictus catfish Also the tank may be larger , although i do understand where you're coming from
  2. Hi all, Within the next few months I would like to setup a large (2000l-3000l) plywood aquarium With the 'centrepiece' being an Australian bass I would also want to put in a school of geophagus, considering brasiliensis or orange heads Some other mild tempered SA cichlids A snakehead gudgeon Some exotics, maybe a senegal bichir/stingray A pair of ornate pims Some amazon schooling fish, silver dollars, leporinus, flagtail All I'd like to know is if anyone reckons this could work? If you guys have any other suggestions or what you would do with the tank, I'd love to here them Cheers catfishcrazy
  3. Thanks for the reply, I have made a few changes to the plan anyway Do you know where I could get freshwater morays from? Thanks, catfishcrazy
  4. Thanks, very informative I've gone with a Barcoo Grunter, and I will be putting one in with the bass soon
  5. My bass is approaching sexual maturity so if I put an almost sexually mature coal grunter in with him would they maybe get along more?
  6. I've also heard that Australian Bass can be very aggressive Has anyone had any experience with aggression from this species?
  7. Okay, will scats eat all plant matter? Because I was thinking 1 x Bass 2 x Archerfish 1 x Snakehead gudgeon ? x Red Scats Or A group of banded grunters (or something like them)? Would a small grunter species work?
  8. Ideally I would like something 20-30cm that will go in a school and won't hassle the other fish to much Sorry if I'm sounding picky
  9. Thanks, if the fish are all added at the same time, will that help with aggression? Also we have 3 rendahls in with the bass at the moment and I'm wondering whether they could go in?
  10. Hey again, just wondering if there is anything else that could work?
  11. Thanks again for the feedback, what about a school of spangled perch? I just want something that will get along with the bass
  12. Hi all, just wondering whether a coal grunter and an Australian bass could go together in a large heated pond?
  13. Hi, I'm relatively new to the forum Thinking about starting a native/exotic indoor pond It will be covered and heated Stocking: 1 x Australian Bass 2 x Archerfish 1 x Snakehead Gudgeon I would like to know if there is anything else that would go with these fish? Doesn't have to be native Thanks, catfishcrazy
  14. Hi, I'm relatively new to the forum Thinking about starting a native/exotic indoor pond It will be covered and heated Stocking: 1 x Australian Bass 2 x Archerfish 1 x Snakehead Gudgeon I would like to know if there is anything else that would go with these fish? Thanks, catfishcrazy
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