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Thread: 30 Gallon!

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    You have male guppies, I would avoid female guppies. You will be overstocked in a matter of weeks.
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    Not with so little cover, they'll all get eaten by the tetras in weeks

  3. #13


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    2 or 3 panda garras would be awesome bottom dwellers. If your looking for a good looking school cardinal tetras are the way to go, but they are very mellow.
    Last edited by Gogi; 08-02-2012 at 05:42 PM.
    Roll the Dice!

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    A school of tetras would look nice.
    "If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water."
    - Loren Eisley

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    Well I bought two female guppies today. The male has been checking them out! haha. At the LFS I seen a few guppy fry in the female tank. So I bet something will happen.. :-/ oh well if it does.

    Oh and I lost two fish :-( my red molley and a guppy... Somehow the bottom part came off my filter and they got sucked up... Those are my two favorites and now they are gone.

    oh and I got a new plant also! And I have a driftwood soaking up water. Starting to fill in!

  6. #16


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    Sorry for your loss. With driftwood and a new plant, you need more pics.
    I tested 97% positive for Multiple Tank Syndrome
    ~~~~~~~~~~~Cory Catfish
    King of the Virtual [Cory] Catfish

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    Well the drift wood will not sink... So out with that and in with some rocks!

    You can also see my two new yellow female guppies at the bottom.

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    Been looking at plants too.

    Thinking about adding these.

    2x Narrow Leaf Ludwigia
    1x Anubias Nana

    Think those will be plenty for now. Unless I find another one I like. haha..

    Once I get all the plants in there I want I'll start adding more fish!

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    Forgot to mention.. I found out the name of my algae eater. Spotted Rubber Plecostomus

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    Went to the LFS and got me a new plant and 4 new fish today!

    I got 4 Black Skirt Tetras. They seem to be liking the tank! Gonna give them a few weeks and then go get a few more.

    Anyone know what this plant is called? I bought it at Petsmart when I started the 10 gallon awhile back. But I forgot the name and the wife thinks we need another one.

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