Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by maria901, Apr 16, 2017.

  1. maria901New MemberMember

    just brought biorb 60l what fish could I put in it thank you
  2. LauraR

    LauraRNew MemberMember

    Do you have a heater/ will you get a heater?
  3. MaddieTaylah

    MaddieTaylahWell Known MemberMember

    Wow, why are they so expensive?
    Is it the bowl or the portrait tank?
  4. OP

    maria901New MemberMember

    Bowl and it does have heater
  5. MaddieTaylah

    MaddieTaylahWell Known MemberMember

    You could do guppies, tetras (I personally love cardinal tetras) or micro rasboras with a honey gourami or a dwarf flame gourami and then have some shrimp or snails.

    You could also put some low tech plants in there with them & it would look pretty cool.
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2017
  6. LauraR

    LauraRNew MemberMember

    I agree, you could have a nice shoal of tetras. They come in many different shapes and sizes depending on the species so you're not just stuck with the traditional look of the red and blue.
  7. MaddieTaylah

    MaddieTaylahWell Known MemberMember

    Bowls are definetely more limited in choice than rectangular tanks though.
    Last edited: Apr 16, 2017
  8. Redshark1

    Redshark1Well Known MemberMember

    With a bowl the fish don't suddenly run into a glass wall, they swim round and round. I think they make a good configuration for the smaller aquarium.

    They also look less square!

    And the biorb one, being made of acrylic, is much more robust than my Aquael Bowl 45 and Aquael Bowl 37 which are made of very thin glass.

    Bowl45 Home Steve Joul 25.09.06 02 - Copy.jpg

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