I have a rainbow shark, I wanted a red tail but they’re more aggressive supposedly so I decided on rainbow and it’s one of the best decisions I’ve made!Kyleena696 said:
I would give them a shot. They aren't as hard as many make them out to be. I think they got that reputation due to wilds which are much more prone to disease. The domestics aren't bad as long as you keep parameters stable. you can even keep them in hard water as long as you don't have swings.Smalltownfishfriend said:Discuss... Not experience enough!!
Uggggh, thanks for showing me another purple invertebrate I won't be able to have I've been trying for a year to find some purple mystery snails. Seriously though, those are some gorgeous shrimp!Fahn said:Just remembered something else I'd like to keep, and I'm going the opposite trend of big.
Metallic purple shrimp. These Caridina shrimp are beautiful... and $500 each. I'll never be able to afford a breeding pair lol
I love the Mbu puffer after watching Cory feed Murphy on his YouTube channel. The Mbu look like they are smiling to me bc of the way the beak is shaped. The way the bite the clamshells is super cool.Mazeus said:One of the big puffer fish like a Fahaka or a Mbu.
Yeah, I love the Murphy cam. They just seem like underwater puppies. So personable.Cardeater said:I love the Mbu puffer after watching Cory feed Murphy on his YouTube channel. The Mbu look like they are smiling to me bc of the way the beak is shaped. The way the bite the clamshells is super cool.
I could see myself getting a big enough tank. Cory said in a stream that the Marineland DD 300 is what he considers the minimum tank for one. I just couldn't see myself spending the $10 a day in food. Plus, I'd rather have a large community tank featuring clown Loaches in a 300g , if I got one.
I swear I'm not copying Cory, lol, but clown Loaches happen to be my favorite fish. I love mine. Mbu is probably second even though I'll likely never have one.
Pristine water kept in the low 60s, gentle circulation to prevent them from touching tank walls or getting stuck in the filter intake, and a micriscopic diet that you need to stay in the water column for filter feeding without raising nitrates.Ms rose said:Ok you guys, who here wants but knows how hard it is, to keep..... jelly fish? I just watched a ton of youtube vids on them and I'm fasinated, but its to much work I think. What do you all think about jellys?