20 Gallon And Gouramis/gobby/

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  1. Avni

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    I have a 20 gallon tank and I want to add a gold, blue and a dwarf gourmani with two peacock gobbys is it fine? I have all the equipment evreything but will the tank be too small
     
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    It won't work out in 20.gal tank Gouramis tank should be heavily planted a darker substrate will help show-off the Gourami's colors, and peat filtration is also recommended. You can keep Peacock Goby as single pair, a 10-20 gallon aquarium is big enough to serve as breeding tank , However If you want to keep more than one couple, you should ideally get a bigger aquarium to prevent the males from fighting each other during the breeding period
    The Peacock Goby is known to appreciate a dimly lit aquarium where the temperature stays within the 76-80 degrees F range. The recommended pH-value is 7.0-7.4 and the total water hardness should not exceed 80 ppm.
     
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    If you get them small you'll be okay but as they grow they might get cramped, since the gold and blue will get to a pretty good size. my marbled is 5 inches and its just at one year old :D
     
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    Is one gourami and a peacock gobby enough for 20 g and a celebes rainbow

    Or a il buy 30 g would it work for the first question I stated or too small
     
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    The problem isn’t really the amount as much as the size they get to, maybe a 40 might be a good option :D
     
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    What type of fish is this ?!
     

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