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Hello everyone, I need some suggestions with stocking a ten gallon tank (Yes it will be cycled, heated, and filtered). I would like some guppies (all male), but what other fish can I keep with them? I have done some research, but can't find any good information. All suggestions are welcome!! Thank you.
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Apple Snails.
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I had three male endlers (similar to guppies), nine neon tetras, and an apple snail in a ten gallon planted tank. It's a great combo for that size tank. (I've since switched everything over to a 20 gallon long and have added another 15 neon tetras.)
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5 guppies + 1 apple snail is fine for a 10g.

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Just try only Males.
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I absolutely love my balloon mollies! Unlike most mollies, you can put them in a ten gallon just be aware of the female to male ratio
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Plus Mollies are hardwater but PREFER brackish.
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You can keep mollies in freshwater, but their lifespan would probably shorten.

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They will probably be less healthy too.
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