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Thread: Norman's Lampeye
06-08-2010, 01:14 AM #1
I was researching small fish that would be good for a 10 gallon and I saw these. I tried to read up on them, but I couldn't find much information on their care that seemed reliable. There was a lot of mixed information.
How many should I get for them to have a comfortable school?
Are they in fact a good fish for a 10g?
If so, would they be compatible with a male betta? Pygmy corries? Chili rasboras?
If yes to all of those, could they all be housed comfortably in the same 10g? Ideally, I would probably do 7 of the corries, 9 of the rasboras, and 5 of the lampeye.10g Community planted [java fern, anubias nana, crypts, vals]; male HMP betta [Carcharias], lophiobagrus catfish, blood-fin tetras, ember tetras
3g Planted [java fern, crypt]; male delta tail red dragon [Asmodeus]
30g Planned African community with kribs, African Butterfly Fish and dither