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  1. Default My 3 month old tank, only has Serpae tetras, Tiger Barbs and a Red tailed black shark

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    Serpae Tetra

    Tiger Barbs

    Red Tailed Black Shark

    What do you guys think?

    EDIT: Forgot to add tank specs, it is a 15gal tank, 2*1.5*1 feet and the livestock is 6 Barbs, 7 Tetras and 1 RTBS.

    Photo Info:

    Camera: Canon EOS Digital Rebel XSi
    Lens: Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS Shot at 55 mm
    Exposure: Auto exposure, Shutter priority AE, 1/83 sec, f/4, ISO 800
    Flash: Off, Did not fire
    Focus: One-shot AF, with a depth of field of from 2.43 m to 2.2 m.
    AF Area Mode: Single-point AF
    Last edited by chvvkumar; 03-27-2012 at 09:33 AM.

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    Love the pics!! And the tank looks great!!

    Just a tip or two, you might need a few more hiding spaces for your serpae's. Barbs can sometimes gets territorial and nippy. I have both in my tank and I've watched my serpae's dart for cover when the barbs get grumpy. LOL!!

    Also your red tail shark will eventually outgrow your tank. They can get big. They can also be aggressive, depends on the shark though I think. I've had both kinds. Some play nice, others don't. ;)

    4 ft 60g FW: 2 angels, 4 blind cave, 1 whiteskirt, 4 gold widows, 6 serpaes, 1 neonhead apisto, 4 clown loaches, 4 albino cory, 2 bronze corys & 3 BN plecos.
    23g FW: 1 neonhead apisto, 1 yoyo, 2 albino BN plecos & 4 pepper cory
    5.5g: Crowntail Betta, 6 black Khuli's & RCS
    5 g: Crowntail Betta, 1 albino cory (Quasi), 4 baby khuli's & RCS
    7 g: Dragontail Betta & 2 albino cory
    3ft Axi tank: 1 black, 1 gold - 1 redcap oranda & 2 albino cory

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    Nice tank, ure rtb needs a bigger tank in the near future
    My therapist says I need a bigger tank . . . . .

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    Looks Good to me

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    That Serpae tetra looks pale. It's either stress from the barbs or food. What are you feeding your fishes?

    Serpae tetras should be an intense orange-red.

    Nice looking tank though. If you had some cover like floating plants the barbs would school higher in the tank.

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