non schooling fish

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by plecziah, Jul 9, 2015.

  1. plecziahValued MemberMember

    Hey guys i currently have a tank with 2 BN plecos and 7 zebra danios, would love to get another fish but would prefer a fish i can keep as one or as a pair. Any suggestions? not anything that gets to big or is to aggressive towards my danios, and is quite hardy as im still learning, also not a fish that is to outrageously expensive since im a poor student. Cheers :D
     
  2. AquaticBrandon

    AquaticBrandonWell Known MemberMember

    What size tank?


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    plecziahValued MemberMember

    It's and 80l tank hence why I don't want to over crowd with more schooling fish
     




  4. isacrValued MemberMember

    Guppys???

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  5. navarro1950Valued MemberMember

    Ok 80L is about 20 gals so why not some platies, swordtails, mollies, tiger barbs, neon tetras, serpea tetras, bleeding hearts cardinal tetras, rummynose tetras just to name a few.
     




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    plecziahValued MemberMember

    Hmmm yeah could Always get some tetras what about corys?
     
  7. Bijou88

    Bijou88Well Known MemberMember

    You could do a dwarf gourami or maybe a honey gourami in there I think. I also think bn plecos can become territorial as they age, I'm not sure that 20g is large enough to house two of them without issues. I could very well be mistaken on this though. Mollies and swordtails will get too big imo. Cories could work maybe...I don't know if they would be a problem with the 2 plecos or not.

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    plecziahValued MemberMember

    Yeah this tank is only temporary one of my plecos is abit of a bully already definitely eats more because he doesn't let his little brother near the food. I plan to upgrade once they get bigger they ate still small around the size of my biggest danio
     
  9. Bijou88

    Bijou88Well Known MemberMember

    Ah that's good to know :) do you put fresh veggies in for them? You might try putting a piece on opposite sides of the tank so each of them has their own little eating area.

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    plecziahValued MemberMember

    Oh yeah good idea I didn't even think of that I just though the bigger one would just steal both lol
     
  11. Dom90

    Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    If you are considering cories, you will need ones that prefer cooler temperatures. Zebra danios like it a bit cooler, 64-75 degrees.
     
  12. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    What are the dimensions of the tank?
     
  13. Dom90

    Dom90Fishlore VIPMember

    OP mentioned it was a 80 liter tank.


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  14. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    That's not the dimensions...... dimensions is how many inches long, wide, and high.
     
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    plecziahValued MemberMember

    Oh yep what breed would you suggest?
     
  16. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    Peppered and panda cories are cooler water cories, as are trilineatus.
     
  17. JeffK

    JeffKWell Known MemberMember

    If you wanted something a bit more unique, try a couple peacock gudgeons.
     
  18. cichlidman2012Valued MemberMember

    Gremen blue Rams
     
  19. Anders247

    Anders247Fishlore LegendMember

    No, they need higher temp than zebra danios.
     
  20. cichlidman2012Valued MemberMember

    That right sorry I did not think. Angles would do good
     




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