Depends on how planted it is.Gourami123 said:How aggresive would 3 pea puffers be in a 10 gal?
The problem is that otos need a bigger tank that a 10g (20g is really the minimum), hasbrosus cories need a 15g ideally.BobNJerry said:i have looked into pea puffers and 3 would do well in a very heavily planted tank and i think oto's would be ok to because they move fast and are unassuming.
Here is where i decided i was no go on pea puffers- meal time- they are very picky eaters and mostly eat live snails - and i wasn't up for that.
If you want a cute little active fish for a nano tank .. look into hasbrosus cory's- cutest little things ever and you could easily do 5 in a 10 gallon.
That is awesome to hear, but every single Petco/PetSmart, and LFS near me only sells wild caught, and I hate to say it, but as of 2015 over 97% sold were wild caught, and the dynamic just doesn't change that fast.... the vast majority sold today are still wild caught.BobNJerry said:There are varying species and not all are wild caught. Many are tank raised. Many more are tank raised than wild caught.