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08-18-2014, 11:15 AM
Jaysee and Fader i like your ideas of two schools...8 of a harlequin rasbora
Are the blue eyed rainbows you are talking about the celebes rainbows? If so i had them before and thought they were...
08-18-2014, 05:17 AM
I have a twenty gallon tall tank. I would either get a school of rainbows or a school of harlequin rasboras. I am just trying to figure out for my twenty gallon tank which would be the better...
08-18-2014, 01:21 AM
I was thinking based on the advise of another person in the forums a school of about 8 harlequin rasboras. According to aquadvisor it would take my stocking to 82 % because i'm running two filters i...
I definately confirmed that Harlequin rasboras in a school of 8 at the most would be fine...haven't checked the ember tetras yet since you mentioned they would still school at the bottom where...
Cliff also suggested rasboras specifically the micro ones. He also suggested i rehome my pleco and my two cory cats. I've had them for too long to do that before.
I have never owned rams before....
08-17-2014, 10:55 PM
That explains it, you are using the one inch rule, which is a guideline as my aqadvisor is.
That clenches it the bottom feeders will stay as is with the exception of the shrimp colony expansion,...
08-17-2014, 10:28 PM
In resonse to Jaysee:
According to when i got the fish i thought the pepered cory and the bronze cory don't get bigger than 2-3 inches? I always got the smaller breeds of cory cats because these...
08-17-2014, 10:26 PM
i've grown attached to my two cory cats and my clown pleco because they have names now. Based on your advise though I will NOt expand the corys in my tank.
Though may I ask why you think they...
08-17-2014, 09:34 PM
1 Bronze Cory Cat[LIST]
1 Clown Pleco
1 Peppered Cory Cat
2 Algae Eating Shrimp
2 Cherry Shrimp
2 Blueberry Shrimp
1 Narrow leaf java fern attached to small piece of...
Most of you know i used to have too many tanks to keep track of when i first joined this forum. That has since been downsized to a more manageable setup. I had it knocked down to 1 ten gallon tank...
04-19-2013, 12:37 AM
Could there have been bites taken out of her tailfin? What other kinds of fish are in that tank, and how big is it?
Also what are your water parameters?
Please advise so others reviewing this...
Thank you for clarifying guys. I honestly admit i was confusing the two...
LOL...that fish is spoilt then lol
if by platys you mean plecostemus (spelling) be advised that while they get rid of the algae and excess food in your tanks, they are, in polite terms...Poop factories. Platy's can get quite big...
And you're surprised at this lady hobbs?
I have been reading this thread, and i would just like to advise on a couple points.
As you are cycling with fish, even .25 ammo in your tank is unhealthy. Regardless of how hardy your fish is...
Mandy truer words have never been spoken...Also we may need to bring along a couple sledgehammers or ropes that when pulled open up to bottomless pits?
First of all don't forget to do a fishless cycle. It's the only way to go if you're going to be doing a community tank.
Secondly how big is this community tank you're going to be getting? I'm...
I agree with everything said in this thread...
That's like one of my local friends asking...HOW DO YOU KEEP YOUR TANKS SO CLEAN?
I didn't answer because i would have to do the rant thing as i...
04-10-2013, 05:18 PM
I also would love to see those pictures.
Make sure to get something that has a peaceful nature (in most areas that's labeled as a type A or type B personality)
I have a dwarf gourami that is in a ten gallon with one mystery snail and one...
I have had small .25 readings of ammonia and acceptable Nitrates (acceptable being 20 or less) with no nitrites. But that has normally been if i've been feeding my fish too much food. As i...
I have a question, are you going to put them in a community tank if you haven't already as they get older? or are you just going to show those lovelies off by themselves?
That is a VERY nice tank...I'm assuming they have a way built into the backside of the tank to change the water since there is so much of it, or is it self sustaining?