I dont mind them hiding as long as they are happy and healthy, i knew they were fairly timid when i researched before buying them, probably didn't expect them to be this timid though! as ever danios make up for nervous fish.
water tests show 10-20 ppm and 0.1 from a variety of test kits. Fins always look in good condition and they eat small amounts that fall near their spot so at a loss really. Maybe they are the same strain of boring phantoms
have a 125 juwel rio stocked with 5 penta barbs, 6 black phantoms (1 male 5 females), 5 pearl danios, 3 sterbi corys, 1 clown plec.
all the fish are happy and healthy with the exception of the tetras. They stay motionless at the back of the tank, there is a touch of movement when...
"A dwarf shrimp pusher" you should really push shrimp your own size Lisa
Cheers for all the advice guys, Platties will be the first in then its the decision of school of little corys or tetras and a bottom dweller happy on its own. It will probably be a fish option but the snail shrimp idea...
Thanks for all your advice ;D this is a really great site for novices such as myself
I suspected cherry barbs would be on the big side for a 60litre so will leave them for another time/tank. I'm torn between 4 platies ( 1 male 3 female) and 4-5 small corys, leaves a bit of room for any...
in the process of buying a 60 litre Juwel tank. It will be planted bogwooded and cycled in due course. As its my first proper freshwater tropical tank I could do with some advice on stocking it.
My thoughts are: