He is in a 9 gallon flex with plants and mts. The water is checked once every other week and is always 0 ammonia, 0 nitrite, and under 10 nitrates. The water is changed every week and he always seems fine.
I checked him a couple days ago and he was fine eating and swimming. Now he's in the...
It is the back of the skull. I'll file it down now that you mentioned the sharp parts. It feels like a cast of the bones so that's why I just wanted to double check. So would acrylic coating them help or should I just throw them in there?
I'm setting up a 36 gallon bow front and I'm going to seed it with media from a tank that's well over a year old.
I was thinking 10-12 glass catfish, neons or rasboras (really just want something with color), cory cats, and a bristlenose. Possibly some shrimp later on.
I know glasscats need...
6 giant and the rest pearl. They are peppered cories. The CAEs are in there just to remove the algae on the river rocks that are in there after that they will be removed and replaced with bristlenose plecos.
I'll remove the angel if it needs warmer water.
I have 180 gallon that has been established for almost a year and would love to add a couple more fish.
Currently these are the fish in there:
5 congo tetras
8 diamond tetras
15 pearl and giant danios
6 cory cats
1 angel fish
4 chinese algae eaters
Would gouramis work in...
I am stocking a tank that is around 250 gallons. I already put in 2 angels, 12 boesemani rainbow fish, and 12 congos. I was thinking about a school of something like cardinals or von rios.
The customer said he likes aggressive but just wants a nice looking tank.
If I did 2 angels could I also do some schools of rainbows and other schools of smaller fish. Then the angels will be the centerpiece fish.
EDIT: I can also re-home the angelfish and start with an empty tank.