just wondering

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Invertebrates' started by PuffPuff, Jul 9, 2015.

  1. PuffPuffWell Known MemberMember

    im looking for something other than the regular glofish that will light up nicely in my tank. i have no idea what else is out there like them. is there another species out there that can glow like the glo tetras under a blacklight
    any suggestions.
  2. FishesInTankValued MemberMember

    Neon tetra or cardinal tetra do best, even though they need groups and are small, their neon colour is amazing!

    The Owner of Good Fishes and Killing Fishes group
  3. PuffPuffWell Known MemberMember

    i have some neon tetras. i was thinking of an albino pleco. since it will glo with the white scales it has.
  4. FishesInTankValued MemberMember

    Amazing aquarium! If you wanna have pleco what is the size of ur tank? Cause sometimes pleco oversize some tank. Maybe albino gets smaller a bit

    The Owner of Good Fishes and Killing Fishes group
  5. BornThisWayBettasFishlore VIPMember

    I think some albino cories would look cool, imo. :) Adorable avatar btw, soooo cute!!! :D
  6. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    What size tank is it?
  7. PuffPuffWell Known MemberMember

    right now its a 20. but i have a 75 pending still.
  8. Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    The reason glofish glow is because they have been genetically modified with a gene from biofluorescent jellyfish, which causes them to be like that. There are other biofluorescent fish but I believe they are all marine, so a different type of glofish like zebra danios (they need a group of 6+) would work.