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- 2 years
HI all. I'm re-setting up my 46gal bowfront as a coldwater tank with one fantail goldfish and two small schools of leopard danios and white cloud minnows. The goldfish is my centerpiece fish and the danios and minnows will take care of my middle swimming level, but I was wondering if there are any bottomdwellers which are suited for "coldwater" tanks. This tank will be unheated (my house stays around 65-68F) and will hopefully be planted. It'll have pea gravel for the substrate and be decorated naturally with wild-collected rocks and driftwood. I don't necessarily need an "algae eater," but I have cories (pandas and an albino) as well as kuhlI loaches in my 55gal and they just complete the tank by being on the bottom there. Any ideas? My only real stipulation is that it has to be readily available. I don't want to order anything (the LFSs around here suck at ordering stuff for you...I asked one of them almost six months ago to order a pair of German Blue rams for me for my 55gal and they STILL haven't even looked, even though I've called them back three or four times to check).