What Kind Of Tank Pals Can I Put With Salamanders?

Discussion in 'Freshwater Beginners' started by Daniel13, Jul 10, 2017.

  1. Daniel13Valued MemberMember

    So I'm planning on building a 120 gallon paludarium for some salamanders and newts. I wanted to incorporate some fish for the in tanks "pond" portion . I have a 40 gallon with neon Tetras fancy guppies and wag tail sunsets platy's and was wondering if I could fill the water with them? The tank will be divided 50/50 so I'll have about 50-60 gallons of water for the fish to swim in.
     
  2. Liz♡Gold

    Liz♡GoldValued MemberMember

    What kind of salamanders do you have? I personally wouldn't recommend it because some of your salamanders might eat your fish. Salamanders are hearty eaters!
     
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    Daniel13Valued MemberMember

    I don't currently have any but looking for some that won't eat the fish any recommendations on which species won't harm the fish? Or if larger fish would be better?
     
  4. Liz♡Gold

    Liz♡GoldValued MemberMember

    If you really want to try it then I would recommend larger peaceful fish. Nothing very aggressive or it might hurt your salamander. In all honesty though I would think about it. Salamanders make great pets, but I think they would be better off in a tank of their own. Unless you want to do a tank filled with axolotls, which are great pets as well!
     




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