Kevin's Tank

Discussion in 'Members Fish Tanks' started by Kevin Athans, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. Kevin AthansNew MemberMember

    I have a 29 gallon that is extremely over-filtered. I inherited guppies and cory cats. The cory cats are great, but the guppies are out of control. My number one plan is to control the guppies.

    I did make some new fish additions. I got 6 cherry barns, 6 glolight tetra, and 6 neons. All are beautiful and healthy.

    To manage the guppies, I got 10 ghost shrimp and 3 frogs. The shrimp are hard to find, but appear to be doing well. One frog is getting out there and eating with the cories. Another is a little skiddish, but is eating. I haven't seen the 3rd one much.

    The frogs and shrimp have seemed to chased the fry to the top of the tank.

    I have 2 German Blue Rams on order. I hope that will control my guppies.

    I will keep you all updated on my community.

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  4. RainBettaWell Known MemberMember

    Nice! How many guppies and cories do you have? I think the GBR will do great at fry control! Do you think that 3 schools of mid dwellers is a little much for that section? Also neons prefer a cooler temp that rams so you may want to rehome the neons or you could replace them with cardinals
  5. AdriifuWell Known MemberMember

    Gorgeous set-up. Good luck getting rid of those guppies!
  6. Kevin AthansNew MemberMember

    How much of a temp difference? I'm trying to find a happy medium.
  7. Kevin AthansNew MemberMember

    Actually the tank looks great. The cories have the bottom and the guppies stick to the top. My only issue is my cherry barbs seem to hide.

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