I have good success with all my other neons. I just wanted to pump up my stock! I will probably just stick to my old ways! Thanks anyways!happygolucky said:Yikes, good luck. I'd say at least an hour or more because neons like quite acidic water...Also they enjoy slightly lower temperatures, usually below 74 is what I normally see, so make sure the water isn't too warm. Of course, the neons from the store may be used to irregular conditions because they are probably not wild caught.
In this case they would be fine. They just need to see if they are gettin similar readings betweenthe 2. Exact measurements are less important.AquaticBrandon said:
That's wh at I was recomending they check.LiterallyHydro said:
Exactly what we just said.Anders247 said:Does the fish store use the same type of water as you? If so, then you don't need to acclimate them as long as you might think. I have had them in an 8 pH and they are fine, before....
Dude... They're neons. They're sensitive, but they're not that sensitive...delta5 said: