Yes, the neons will hang with the cardinals. I had a few neons that got moved into my Orionoco tank with cardinal tetras, rams and pepper corys, and they joined right up with the cardinal shoal as if they belonged there.Damien808 said:would neons school with cardinals or would it be different
They may hang out together, but they're different species that both need a full school (6+) of their own species to be comfortable. I'd recommend returning the neons and then getting a full school of cardinals, if you can!Damien808 said:would neons school with cardinals or would it be different
do you think that they'll eat my cory sinking pellets(omega one shrimp pellets) and their own or will they not notice?PersephonesChild said:
Mine don't touch my cory wafers, but sufficiently small pellets might work. I'd still invest in some frozen foods like bloodworms for a few feedings a week. Your corys will thank you too, they slurp the worms like spaghetti.Damien808 said:
They are emerald catfish.el337 said:
lol yeah I have a heater and have never had to use it. don't plan on breeding and if they do ill let it run its course if other fish eat them or they successfully raise fry then ill move them. the petshops here overprice a lot of things in my opinion compared to what I here/see on fishlore. thanks for the help.PersephonesChild said:Do the petshops even sell heaters in Hawaii? Lol.
Rams should be ok in those temps, though I think to breed it needs to be a touch warmer (that is, if you plan to breed anyway).
After a few days of feeding them with a turkey baster they note eat from the surface and aren't as scared of me.PersephonesChild said:My pepper corys come out like hungry dogs, but I still have to seak up on my emeralds (or sit like a statue until they forget I'm there).