05-12-2011, 02:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
That would be fine in a planted 10g tank. And you still have room for a group of some small "dwarf" fish, like one of the dwarf rasbora, say the Mosquito Rasbora, or the Ember Tetra. Both are colourful and small, and a group of 6-7 of either would work with a trio of the pygmy sparkling gourami [they should be in a group, minimum 3]. Check the profiles, click on the shaded names.
Might be good to get rid of the platy though, if either is a female she might well have been impregnated by a male from the fry and will produce fry monthly for several months.
Gourami are all SE Asian fish. There are no gourami species in South America (Amazon or elsewhere). Just so you know.
Btw, what exactly are "wcmm?"
Oh that would be a lovely setup! I really like the Mosquito Rasbora.
I have an old 24x9x8 tank that I've been wanting to set up, so I might transfer the two platy fry into there, I think they are both female.
Oh really? I had no idea! Thats pretty neat(:
Its short for 'white cloud mountain minnow'; however they are much smaller and I've had them for a few months now. I think they were mislabeled because they do not school together and yet they are very active and healthy.