I’m not sure what stocking to go with. It’s a cube tank, I will have a 1000 lph canister running on it with drift wood and plenty of live plants.
Im thinking these two but not sure if it’s too much:
5 female betta
3 mystery snail
6 ember tetra
5 female betta
4 mollies (not...
That's my usual method but the heater is like 5 sizes too small for my tank, it gets my tank to about 26 degrees celcius on full power.
I'll have a look around for it. The seller who gave me the plecos replaced the betta I lost and gave me some tablets for medication, it's something Sulfa I'll...
So for my betta sorority I was getting all my fish from the same seller and they were quarantined before they got to me, so I wasn't quarantining my girls when I got them.
Now I made a rookie mistake and I should've quarantined new fish that I got from a different seller but I didn't even think...
It really depends on your situation imo. If you have a set up that can acompany a species that can be kept on its own and you're willing to keep trying then I wouldn't. Sorry its a late reply, you've already had a buyer come by but I thought I'd still give you my input
Keep seperating fry into the smaller tank, once they've absorbed the yolk sack they can eat brine shrimp, micro worms, vinegar worms etc. Generally I separate fry until they're big enough not to be eaten.
Not sure what your question is but the tank is too small for a fully grown guppy, that being said as the fry is still growing you don't have to move him straight away. You definitely can't keep him there long term though.