My Community Tank

Discussion in 'Members Fish Tanks' started by Morkaleb, Mar 27, 2012.

  1. MorkalebNew MemberMember

    To start, I want to say that I know my tank is too small for the fish that I have right now. They are all getting along well at present, the Rainbow shark ignores the guarami, even when it strays into it's favorite hiding place, and the shark only ocaissonally, and briefly, harrasses the Flying Fox fish. I will be upgrading within the year to a larger tank, either to a 50+ and then into a 100+ or directly into the 100. I am also working towards replacing the ugly plastic things with real plants, and adding more driftwood. I'd also like to add that I am aware the Rainbow shark will likely become more territorial/aggressive as it gets bigger/older, which is part of why I'll be upgrading to a larger tank.
    Last edited: Mar 27, 2012
  2. Disc61

    Disc61Well Known MemberMember

    Hello and Welcome to Fishlore, looking forward to the video. glad to hear you are upgrading. enjoy the site.
  3. fatanatNew MemberMember

    great diversity! does it life aquatic plant?
  4. jbdub

    jbdubValued MemberMember

    I have 2 juvenile bala's in a 65g tank so I know what you mean. People sometimes like to jump all over you if they see a fish that will outgrow your tank in the next 3 years...
  5. OP

    MorkalebNew MemberMember

    Yeah, I thought I'd avoid all of those attacks right off :)
    It's now live planted, with 30 watts of lighting. One colour max, one 50/50, plants are mosty liverwort and Riccia
    The rainbow has become more aggressive, not allowing any of the other fish to come close to "his" log.. a not unexpected turn of events. For the immediate future, he'll be remanded to his own 10 gallon tank as I worry about his constant chasing stressing out the other fish. I have in my quarantine a gold gourami, who if she passes quarantine, will move in with the opaline guorami to replace the shark... considering some tetras or barbs maybe as well?
  6. blu3dragon619Valued MemberMember

    thats nice and clean, i would put some shrimps in there just so there is movement at the bottom sand also... that would be sick as ... lol

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