****. I was thinking because they grow to similar sizes (from what I've read online) they and praecox rainbows would be interchangeable.
How many praecox rainbowfish would you recommend.
If I were to do a small school of Kamakas, how many would fit? 3-4?
So I have a 32.5 Fluval Flex. It has a sand substrate with scattered river pebbles, aswell as a line of plants near the back, around 5 separate plants. My planned stocking is as follows, however I tend to overstock my plans so I'd like a second opinion.
10 Kamaka Rainbowfish
1-2 Panda Garra
I'm pretty interested in the more 'rainbowfish' looking rainbowfish. Things like Praecox rainbows, and bosemanis.
How many bosemanis could I fit in a tank this size, if any? What male to femal ratio?
Also, do you have any expirience with Kamaka and Red Laser Rainbowfish? Could they fit in a...
Thank you for this reply!
After further research into availability, especially where I live, I'm going to have to put this theoretical tank on hold.
Thanks anyways, and I'll be sure to keep your advice in mind when I set up this tank!
So I saw a picture of these little guys a few weeks ago, being Neolamprologus Ocellatus, and I instantly fell in love. However, I've heard widely different answers to stocking so I have a few questions.
Would these fish be suitable in a 15 gallon tank, and how many? If they are suitable to this...
I've read countless articles but because my lfs doesnt have experience with these fish I'd like some input. I'm planning to keep one in a 55 with upside down catfish and some sort of schooling fish. Thoughts? Ideas?
A single goldfish needs atleast a 29 gallon tank. Not only to they grow quite profusely, I've seen some huge orandas, they also produce a ton of waste. In a 10 gal you could easily do a small school of white cloud mountain minnows or a school of green neon tetras.
I'm looking into getting a 55 gallon tank, and I'm looking for stocking ideas. My requirements are they must be okay with plants and sand.
Also, are pictus catfish possible to keep in a tank this small?