Getting my 10 gallons this weekend!

  1. Ap05

    Ap05 Well Known Member Member

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    Not huge tanks at all, but I'm excited to be getting my 2 10 gallon tanks this weekend. I have no idea what I'm going to do with them yet but it'll be fun!

    Is there any way I can speed up the cycling process on these? Tetra safe start? I'll hopefully be going all planted as I'm having pretty good luck with my 55. Excited!
     

  2. endlercollector

    endlercollector Fishlore VIP Member

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    Perfect for 14 male Endler's, of course, and a QT/hospital tank ;)
     

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    Woo! I need to get a new 10 gallon one of these days... but tires are a little more important on the budget. So I'm a little jealous that you are getting two.

    TSS is great for helping speed the cycling process along, though I'd figure out what kind of fish you want for them before using TSS in the tanks. ;)
     
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    Ap05 Well Known Member Member

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    I know cories and probably a pair of gbr. The other 10 will probably be a temporary rehome for an angel when aggression hits
     
  5. Coradee

    Coradee Moderator Moderator Member

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    10 gallons is too small for a pair of gbr's & 'normal' size corys, I'd go with endercollector's idea or a shoal of one of the micro rasboras species
     
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    Ap05 Well Known Member Member

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    Wife got a 29 today. I'm getting her 20 instead of the 10 :D
     

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