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    asian arowana community

    Discussion in 'Arowanas' started by vynvyn, Jul 12, 2018 at 10:44 PM.

    1. vynvyn

      vynvyn Registered Member

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      Hello. I have 2 incoming tanks, one is 10x3x3 ft and the other one is 6x2.5x2.5 ft. I'm planning on putting a community of reds on one tank and xb on the other. How many maximum no. of arowanas can I place in each tank? By the way, Is it true that a community of red arowanas won't attain its maximum red coloration? Thank you :)
    2. stratos

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      Your question is too complex to answer simply as it depends in part on your filtration, water change system, size of the aros, whether you are using wave makers/power heads, whether you plan for tank mates, etc. Whoever you are getting the fish from should be the one to help you. This is an expensive set of tanks you are getting. You really should be getting expert help as part of the purchase.

      Once you have a few more posts on this forum you can send me a private message if you like and I can try to help further.

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