Guess what?

Discussion in 'titusxander' started by titusxander, Nov 27, 2009.

  1. titusxander

    titusxanderValued MemberMember

    I finally got my new tank. It wasn't a 40 gallon breeder because it would be hard to find a hood and ec. for it. So i got a 38 gallon kit and just bought a biowheel for it! It's so awesome! Bit high for my tastes but it will do just fine! :;z
     
  2. harpua2002

    harpua2002Fishlore VIPMember

    Great! A 38 gallon is a very cool size IMO. There's a lot you can do with that. What are your plans?
     
  3. OP
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    titusxander

    titusxanderValued MemberMember

    Probably more guppies and platies, probably the fry i'm raising. But then that would be 3 tanks for guppies and platies. Any other suggestions? or things that go well with guppies and platies. Oh and how could i forget my cory cats? bad me. lol.
     




  4. ShadowbeamValued MemberMember

    Looks like it's time for me to plug Mollies again! I have Mollies with my Platys and they are so full of personality, each one different :)
    My favourite is the Dalmation Molly, looks great and grows to be a little bigger than the other Mollys (usually around 3 inches).
    Fantastic community fish :D
     
  5. Aquarist

    AquaristFishlore LegendMember

    Hello Titus. Congrats on the new fish tank. I'll be looking forward to seeing your updates!
    Ken
     
  6. OP
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    titusxander

    titusxanderValued MemberMember

    I almost forgot about Mollies! I considered them before i set up my first tank. But i was kinda threw off when i learned that they needed brackish water. Thanks Ken!
     
  7. ShadowbeamValued MemberMember

    Mollies do like brackish water, but they do just fine in freshwater too :)
    Brackish is most certainly not a necessity for these fish, mine are more than happy in my freshwater tank
     
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    titusxander

    titusxanderValued MemberMember

    Really?
     
  9. ShadowbeamValued MemberMember

    They do like a little salt, but do just fine without it. Myself, and many other i know, keep Mollies in freshwater tanks.

     

    This link may help, but I deffo think it's best to read around and decide for yourself on these things :)
     
    Last edited: Nov 28, 2009




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