Rare And Different Tropical Fish Stocking

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Forums' started by Tanya Farrell, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. Tanya FarrellValued MemberMember

  2. BottomDweller

    BottomDwellerFishlore VIPMember

    How big is your tank?

    Are these fish all in the same tank?

    What temperature is the tank?
     
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    Tanya FarrellValued MemberMember

    Hello 215 liter and 100 liters and 350 liter tank no different tanks , about 80 f
     




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    Tanya FarrellValued MemberMember

    Don't like loachers , discus need there own tank would like the fish together if I can I have shrimps and snails , what is GBR and amano ?
     
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  7. ManjitValued MemberMember

    first question you must ask to yourself... from how much time you have been in fish keeping...
    different fishes need different care... how much time you can spend with fish keeping...
    Discuss is a very tough and tricky fish to keep...
    Look at all aspects before opting for a fish to keep...
     
  8. goplecos

    goplecosWell Known MemberMember

    Pictus Catfish are are my favorite small catfish they are always super active but never bother any tank mates.

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  9. goplecos

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    the bottom ones are mine, but they won't stay still for more 2 seconds. If you do get them make sure to get tank raised not wild caught, the wild caught ones die in the aquarium
     
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    Tanya FarrellValued MemberMember

    Ok , I have a lot of time and I know about most of my fish , just wanted a bit of a challenge
     
  11. ManjitValued MemberMember

    Then go for "discus"... most challenging fish in fresh water as per as my knowledge ...
    Hope it works for you...
     
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    Tanya FarrellValued MemberMember

    Thank you
     
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    Tanya FarrellValued MemberMember

    I have choose to go for Elephantnose fish , very cut but very very shy :)
     




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