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Awesome answer. I've watched pretty much all of his videos while sometimes has a bit of an annoying voice he is a great plant guy and actually the person that gt me into going with live plants and i've never looked backSM1199 said:I don't have any experience with particularly large community fish or cichlids, but Dustin's Fish Tanks posted a couple videos on "Top 5 aquarium fish with the worst personalities" and "Top 6 most p***ed off aquarium fish" particularly aimed at large fish not suitable for a community.
Clown knife fish, dovii cichlid, red bellied piranha, Australian rainbow fish, skunk botia loach, Jack Dempsey cichlid, alligator gar, oscar, wolf fish, green terror cichlid, and red devil cichlid.
Of course, these are not my opinions as I don't have any experience with the above fish, and there can be exceptions to some of these as with all fish. Just relaying them
Never heard of this guy but I'll have to check him out!kallililly1973 said:
I want eels so bad. But this is why I avoid them. I'm very familiar with how snakes escape, and eels are basically water snakes.AcuarioAmazonico said:Also I would say avoid eels. Unless you have ZERO holes - yes even ones the size of a penny. Holes blocked and you’re good to go!
Unless you meant CAE i respectfully disagree. I have a heavily stocked and planted 55 with 2 quite large SAE and i also have a 20 long nicely stocked with 2 smaller SAE and a ton of smaller size cory cats and they all get along very well.MacZ said:SAEs with smaller shoaling fish.
omg snakes escape? That is my actual nightmare. Show me a spider the size of a softball glove and I’ll get the mortein or a swatter. When it comes to snakes I freeze. Now you say thy escape.mimo91088 said:I want eels so bad. But this is why I avoid them. I'm very familiar with how snakes escape, and eels are basically water snakes.
No, I mean SAE. Seen what one of those did to a shoal of cardinals. But CAE count aswell.kallililly1973 said:Unless you meant CAE i respectfully disagree. I have a heavily stocked and planted 55 with 2 quite large SAE and i also have a 20 long nicely stocked with 2 smaller SAE and a ton of smaller size cory cats and they all get along very well.
I respect you and your experience a lot, but I'm going to disagree. And I fully realize the collective internet is going to roll their eyes and say "this guy is dumb" to me. The fish that I had thatcoralbandit said:Balloon anything . Such a shame the fish industry does not care and people are so clueless they just throw their money at them ..
The creation of this improved nothing in the fish industry but their bottom line ..
I'll throw dwarf gouramis in with them ..A real close second for a poor fish they just sell and sell..They didn't create it they just screwed them up .
You know what they say ..A fool and their money …...
The fish industry hears that loud and clear ..
I have a tiny sae in with tetras and no drama. I have it’s brother who is now about 5 times her size and he’s with a mix of small rainbows. He’s the quietest thing in the tank.MacZ said:
Did I understand correctly, are you saying to avoid mystery snails?AcuarioAmazonico said:im really interested to hear about this aggressive side.I’ve always kind of forgotten about my SAE - Thinking of the like mystery snails