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    Plan for a New 180 Gallon Tank

    Discussion in 'General Aquaria Discussion' started by ampped, Aug 10, 2017.

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      It's all relative. Compared to those you named, yes, a GT is a pussycat. In relation to the fish listed in the original post, depending on the temperament of that individual GT, it very well could be easily the most aggressive fish of the bunch.
       
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      Exactly what I was thinking.
       
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      All of the fish he wants to stock his tank with are hardy fish and can defend themselves the green terror wouldn't be a terror under normal circumstances but that's the same for any fish
       
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      Thanks for the info and opinions so far guys. I've looked around a little more and based on what you guys have said, I'm leaning towards skipping out on the Banded Leporinus and Green Terror, sounds like they could potentially be asking for trouble. I'm thinking I'll switch them for a Black Ghost Knife Fish and a Severum, those guys are growing on me the more I look at them.
       

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