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"Hi, I have a 55 gal. and have had my texas for a year and has grown from 1 in to 4 inches. We keep him with 3 tinfoil barbs, a pleco and cory catfish and they seem to get along, however my 3 sm. tiger barbs that I got last week seemed to vanish very quickly. I am getting a 175 gal. tank and am looking to find compatible/beautiful fish for the tank. Should I keep the texas solo in the 55 gal? Or are there suggestions out there for tank mates and how would I go about successfully introducing themselves to each other? Thanks- I appreciate all input- knowledge is the key to success."
"Rachel"

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