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    Well this is the best I can get for now. I sat in front of the aquarium for a good 45mins. Hopefully they warm up a bit later on. Enjoy!

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    Nice. You've really got me thinking about dwarf chains for my 75 gal, instead of the glowlight danios (sorry, Lee. The glowlights can go in the river tank).

    Would a school of 12 be good? My water params are - pH 7.0-7.1, temp 74 (75-76 in summer), dGH 8, with sand substrate. From what I've read, my water should be good for them and they are great community fish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gronlaura View Post
    Nice. You've really got me thinking about dwarf chains for my 75 gal, instead of the glowlight danios (sorry, Lee. The glowlights can go in the river tank).

    Would a school of 12 be good? My water params are - pH 7.0-7.1, temp 74 (75-76 in summer), dGH 8, with sand substrate. From what I've read, my water should be good for them and they are great community fish.
    12 dwarfs chains should be fine to bring out the shyness. I started with 5 and they seemed really shy even after 2 weeks. Only came out to eat. So I got 11 more and the it was like a light switch had turned on. All were out and about doing their thing. I liked what I saw and went ahead and ended my school with 9 more. Now when I even walk by the aquarium, an army of them come out looking at me. They like to play dead too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizzo View Post
    Well this is the best I can get for now. I sat in front of the aquarium for a good 45mins. Hopefully they warm up a bit later on. Enjoy!

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    I think it looks great.
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    Thanks! They have warmed up a little here's one more pix with everyone out and about.

    Dwarf loaches hanging out bottom, glowlights to the right and green neons mid back:

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