peacock gudgeons in 36G?

  1. MJDuti

    MJDuti Well Known Member Member

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    I know these are tiny fish. From my readings they seem shy and can be picky with food, but like so many others, have very mixed reviews. Some say they are easy fish. I think they are very interesting and beautiful and would love a mating pair in my future 36G community. Thoughts?
     

  2. emmynk

    emmynk Well Known Member Member

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    I have to say, I looked them up, and they're gorgeous. I don't know anything about them, but I hope it works out. Hope some people can help you!
     

  3. jetajockey

    jetajockey Fishlore VIP Member

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    They aren't tiny, the males get about 3" and the females about 2 1/2". I have kept and bred them years ago and they worked fine in community tanks for me, although some of my friends have said they nipped at tetras and outright demolished any shrimp in the tank.
     

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