Ya I started reading more about them and if they like caves, I don't think Twisty would want to share his driftwood cave. Not enough space to add another cave. But twisty isn't aggressive though. Twisty is a clown pleco. And I'm positive he's male.I wouldn't keep a krib in anything less then a 40.
Also, what type of pleco? only a few are doable in a 20 gallon. Also rasboras should be in groups 6+
Yea I had to get a pleco. I love them lolOh ok. A clown pleco is acceptable.
A pair of honey gouramis would look cool or go for a different style of centerpiece, AKA making your rasbora numbers 10-12
Ohh then I won't get one, it took forever to get my pleco and I love everything in my tank now, I think I'll just get guppies and more Rasboras. All the fish I like are aggressive and will outgrow my small 20. Lol"Rock Kribensis" isn't a Krib-type. It is a Victorian Hap, Paralabidochromis sauvagei, and does not need a cave as they are mouthbrooders. It got the name Rock Krib because of the color pattern of the male resembling a common Krib. They may eat the Rasboras, kill the snails (or eat them, depending on the type of snail), and harass the Pleco. However, get rid of the other fish and a 20 gallon tank would be fine for a trio of Rock Kribs!
And Honey Gouramis are a different species than Dwarf Gouramis. Related, but not the same species. And don't confuse color varieties with species.
Lol I already know that they wouldn't be happy in my tiny tank I'm just going to buy as many Rasboras that will fit and be happy in my tiny tank and then it will be done until I can buy a bigger tank.I cand imagine fitting 2 5-inch fish into a tank with a 24 inch length.
Well not anymore I will eventually get them lol I love the yellow color. I saw a bunch of babies at a fish store but they told me they'll destroy my plants and fight my betta I had in the 20 gallon.First, females don't get as big as males. Second, never trust anything fishy from a Wiki. Third, the biggest male I ever saw was about 4 inches at the ACA convention. They just don't normally get that big in aquaria. I would also point out that all three references use the old genus of Haplochromis. The current/correct genus name is Paralabidochromis.
And OP doesn't want them anyway. A more appropriate African Dwarf for that tank would be Nannochromis transvestitus. It stays small and likes softer water. However, a pair would need a cave with a very small opening.