Our new 6x2x2 fish tank with 4 polypterus, giraffe catfish, snakehead, black ghost knife fish and other catfish fish.
4ft goldfish tank for pond, 3ft axololts + 3ft tropical communal. + 5 dogs & husba
4ft Marine Fish tank after 3 weeks - YouTube
My 4ft Marine tank. 2 x Clownfish 1 x Bicolour Anglefish, 1 x Blue Tang, 1 x Foxface Rabbitfish, 1 X Blue Spot Puffer, 1 x Fire Goby and 6 x Blue Green Chromis.
4ft Marine Fish tank after 3 weeks
My 4ft. Lake Malawi Display Aquarium. Cichlids are very famous fish types for fish lovers and they are very popular fish breeds for aquarium tanks. African ...
Native Australian Fish Tank 4ft (Murray Cod) - YouTube
The most important aspect of mixing any aggressive cichlid in an aquarium is the tank size. It has been said that if you have an aquarium large enough, you can mix any fish. The question is how large does your aquarium have to be to combine them. The minimum size tank that is universally recommended for one full grown oscar is 55 gallons (4ft). In that size tank, no other tankmates can be recommended. There is not enough territory for two fish to establish separate claims, and therefore the aggression would be excessive. In a 75 gallon tank (4ft) a few tankmates are acceptable. One to two small cichlids (between 3-5 inches) or one medium cichlid (between 6-8 inches) is acceptable. The determining factor, of course, is will the oscar accept them. Highly aggressive males are not good candidates for tankmates, even in a 75g. When you mix cichlids there will always be some level of aggression. Deciding when the aggression is out of hand is up to you. In a 125 gallon tank (6ft) your options grow drastically. The recommended stock list from site to site and person to person will also vary much more. I am of the opinion that a 6 foot tank can house 3 large cichlids (~12 inches), 5-6 medium cichlids, and between 10-15 small cichlids; all of this barring any excessive aggression or breeding.