Thread: New aquarium owner
11-18-2012, 06:51 AM #11
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11-18-2012, 10:13 AM #12
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11-18-2012, 03:15 PM #13
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11-22-2012, 04:26 PM #14
Welcome to the forum and the hobby!
So sorry to hear about your Aunt.Livestreaming my 220 Gallon Aquarium
5.5 M Betta
10 Pea Puffers
20 Harlequins, Neons, Platies, Guppies, Cories, Nerite Snails
55 Silver Dollars, Pearl Gourami, Hillstream Loach, Mollies, Serpae Tetras, African Dwarf Frog, Leopard Bush Fish, Bleeding Heart Tetras, Chocolate Talking Cat, Banjo Cat
55 Red, Blue, Boesemani Rainbows, Zebra Dainos, Zebra Loaches, Platies, Moonlight Gourami, Bristlenose Pleco
35 Red Tailed Shark, Amazon Puffers
220 Black Skirt, Lemon Tetras and Bala Sharks
11-26-2012, 08:30 PM #15
Based on the amount of fish you have, and the size of the tank, I say you can keep some more fish. As you may know, a good rule of thumb is one inch of fully grown fish per gallon of water. You have 18 inches out of a 26 in. max.( a tiger barb's max. is about 3 in., and the pleco's is about 6). So, if you have all the equipment needed for your aquarium, it would be a good idea to check out some more fish like gouramis or rainbow sharks. Try not to get any more algae eaters for a while as your tank is fairly new and won't have much algae in it yet.
How big is your pleco?