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  1. Default Cardinals vs. Neon


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    Knowing that these types of tetras almost look identical, which species would you pick for stocking a well mature planted aquarium?

    I would probably choose cardinals since they look alot better neons and would brighten up a planted tank a bit more.

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    what's your pH, kH, and gH? I'd use those as determination. Cardinals are a little hardier, but if your levels are too high, I'd advise Green Neons.

    If the parameters are fine, and you can find healthy cardinals, those are the prettiest, IMO.

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    It was just a opinion question, i'm not sure what I plan to get for my 20g planted though.

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    Well in my opinion, cardinals are better looking and would be my choice.

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    The Neon does have a more charismatic look to it.
    With great power, comes great opportunity to abuse that power! - BM

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    I have just bought an aquarium and we read a book that said that neon tetras are better because they are easier to keep. Is this true?

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    Yes. Neon tetras usually are a little easier to care for.

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    Hi, I was thinking of putting some tetras in a new aquarium I have just bought and I wasn't sure how many I should put in as i wanted to put them with a couple of danios. Please help me my tank is about 40 litres.
    Also, I was wondering if I could put a Kuhlii loach with them???
    Thanx everyone,
    nix

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    Yes. You could keep a kuhlii loach with your fish.

    I recommend that you get 6-10 tetras as they do best in schools.

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    I like neon tetras, they are cute and frindly and usualy stay alive.

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