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Thread: 30 Gallon!

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    Here's a picture of my first 30 gallon. I want to do some kinda rock cave over where the valcano is now. It'll have 4 molleys and 2 guppies and 1 algea eater for right now..


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    I'm sorry if I missed this in your other thread but what type of algae eater is it?
    (SAE, CAE, etc...)
    So, what is your eventual plans for stock?
    I would def add more plants but then again I'm a planted tank freak.
    Nice tank. Looking forward to updates!
    I tested 97% positive for Multiple Tank Syndrome
    ~~~~~~~~~~~Cory Catfish
    King of the Virtual [Cory] Catfish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cory Catfish
    I'm sorry if I missed this in your other thread but what type of algae eater is it?
    (SAE, CAE, etc...)
    So, what is your eventual plans for stock?
    I would def add more plants but then again I'm a planted tank freak.
    Nice tank. Looking forward to updates!
    I cant remember the type.. I was at the petstore today and forgot to look and see what the name was.

    I really don't know about stock yet.. How many more fish can I safely put in there?

    I was thinking about a two male mollies and two female guppies.... I would like more. Thinking about some kind of shrimp for the bottom. What else would go good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stx2006
    I really don't know about stock yet.. How many more fish can I safely put in there?
    Depends on the fish you want to put in there.

    Make sure the algae eater isn't a CAE, they can get big and agressive and will suck slime coats off your fish.

    If you don't have a CAE, you're pretty lightly stocked right now. If your going for a centerpiece I recommend a Bolivian Ram or two. They're great! Are you planning on adding schooling fish, or do you just want to add more mollies/guppies? A small school of bottom feeders would look pretty nice in your tank.

    Unfortuantely, if you want the shrimp, you'll have to dump the ram. Most likely the ram will eat the shrimp/
    I tested 97% positive for Multiple Tank Syndrome
    ~~~~~~~~~~~Cory Catfish
    King of the Virtual [Cory] Catfish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cory Catfish
    Depends on the fish you want to put in there.

    Make sure the algae eater isn't a CAE, they can get big and agressive and will suck slime coats off your fish.

    If you don't have a CAE, you're pretty lightly stocked right now. If your going for a centerpiece I recommend a Bolivian Ram or two. They're great! Are you planning on adding schooling fish, or do you just want to add more mollies/guppies? A small school of bottom feeders would look pretty nice in your tank.

    Unfortuantely, if you want the shrimp, you'll have to dump the ram. Most likely the ram will eat the shrimp/
    I was thinking about two female guppys and two male molleys. Other than that I don't know.. What's a good school fish? I like it when fish are in a school. Looks neat watching them swim together.

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    Forgot to add, I added my two male guppies to the tank today. They seem to be doing really well. They don't know what the think about the new bigger tank. More room to swim around.

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    You could probably add 10 schooling fish that stay small.

    Here is a list of tetras.

    Obviously a lot of these don't work in your tank but there are a few worth a look at over here.
    I tested 97% positive for Multiple Tank Syndrome
    ~~~~~~~~~~~Cory Catfish
    King of the Virtual [Cory] Catfish

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    Glowlight Tetras look pretty neat! I'll wait a few weeks before picking some up.

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    PErhaps also plant a bit more?
    3 potted plants and 6 strings of plastic do not make a planted tank!

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    Or maybe some corys

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