Well, I’m finally thinking about taking the plunge.
For anyone whose successfully kept seahorses, I have a few questions.
1. What did you feed them?
2. What type were they Erectus,Dwarf ect.
3. How long did they live for?
4. What was the water temperature?
5. Any tankmates?
6. Did you use live...
I agree. I just know that our legal system is flawed and it’d be hard to get some congressperson to care. MrBryan723 that's crazy! In Texas?
I was just reading about how zebra mussels had spread everywhere...
True. Half the battle there is misinformation. If people believe that a pleco can go in a ten gallon tank, they’ll put it in one. If we could change the information people receive, I think we could curb the issue. A little known fact about most aquarium species is that they are invasive. While...
I just saw this on a chain pet store’s website.
Ooooh. It irks me. A common pleco in a ten gallon? I think NOT! Imagine the bioload...
Also, c’mon. Can’t be kept in a community tank... will be aggressive? If I kept you in a tiny closet your entire life, you’d be a little feisty too. And not...
I think this stocking should work in a thirty gallon, but want to check:
2 Golden Panda Mollies
1 Pearl GouramI (May be opaline... not sure)
6 Zebra Danios
2 German Blue Rams
Maybe one or two BN plecos
Some cherry shrimp
Any thoughts? Am I overstocked? Understocked?
I do respectfully have to disagree with most of the fish on this list for a few reasons. Firstly, there are temperature incompatibilities with the fish such as neons. I’m not saying they can’t live together, but it isn’t best for either fish.
Also, some are space incompatible in a ten gallon...