I am restarting a 37 gallon southeast USA biotope, and I'm wondering if anyone has any advice about the fish that I plan to stock my tank with or any other ideas for my tank.
The possible fish are:
Dwarf orange crayfish
Fathead minnow (rosy reds)
I mist my 15 gallon terrarium about 4 times a day, and it still drops below the recommended 50-80%. The humidity in my house is 55%. Currently, there are no tadpoles or frogs in the tank, but I have it all set up for them. How can I keep humidity up?
50% land 50% water
What is the water volume of the tank?
How long has the tank been running?I
Does it have a filter?I
Does it have a heater?I
What is the water temperature?I
What is the entire stocking of this tank? (Please list all fish and inverts.)
5 mosquitofish, 1 Sailfin...
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After next restock:
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