Thread: Food for GBR's
03-05-2014, 04:00 PM #11Member CoryCat
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They can be aggressive while mating, how ever assuming your tank is large enough and well enough planted you would be fine
03-05-2014, 04:13 PM #12
My experience of GBRs have been quite pleasant so far. I wouldn't say they have been difficult to care for either, I think it all rests on picking healthy fish and meeting their requirements of enough space, water parameters and a varied diet.
I just feed mine a good quality flake food, tubiflex, bloodworm and the odd bit of algae waffer.
- 20 gallon: Posh shrimp tank:2 panda taiwan bee shrimp, 14 F1 hybrid bee shrimps and 30 taitibee
- 15 gallon:High tech planted tank with 7 forktail rainbow fish, 4 horned nerite snails and red cherry shrimp
03-06-2014, 01:09 AM #13
We picked up our betta tonight and I was talking to my trusted fish dude and he made me feel a lot better about possibly getting them. So.... it has moved back to 'pondering the idea' for now.40 gallon FW -1 male halfmoon betta named Max, 2 GBR's (Peter and Lois) who better clean up their act, 11neon tetras (damn GBR's killed one), 12 black neon tetras, 2 assassin snails, and 1 albino BN pleco named Tiberius.