My choise is getting more precise :
Top levels : Pantodon Buchholz
i > I don't know how many ; on a french forum someone told me to put 1 male for 3 females ; on another forum I've been told not to put some, because of a too small tank. I've read that for 3-4 Pantodon, it's better to have 200L. I juste have 150L. What's you point of view ?
I hesitated with the Microctenopoma
but this one has a preference for exploring all the tank. Middle water : Parailia Congica
-> I've read that I must put a minimum of 4. I've chosen them in place of the Pareutropius Debauw
i because of the size. It appears that the Debauwi is about 12cm (5") whereas the Parailia seems to be 9cm (3.5"). What do you know about the differences of behavior between the two species of African Glass Fish ? I think to buy something like 8-10 Parailia Congica. As well it's the number adviced for the Pareutropius Debauwi. So the of Size is very important. I'll choose the Congica. Bottom of the tank : Nanochromis Parilus
(wich is available on "iktus", a website selling wild and less wild fishes) > How many should I put ?
I also thought about puting some Atya Gabonensis
, but they have to be put in a minimum of 4. It looks like beeing to much for the ground part of the tank. Moreover the Nanochromis Parilus is know to be easily irritable. It would maybe attac the Atya.
For the flora, I will put Bolbitis Heudetolii (maybe 5), but no Crinum I think, as this river doesn't really have plants in it, excepted when there is floods. I already have two "tourbière" roots. I must put more roots and Rocks to prevent hidden parts for the Nanochromis and other fishes... Do you know about Mopani Roots. I heard there is no hole in it, that's why you have to own others...
DO you know any tree wich roots can be found in the Congo river ?
Thanks a lot for paying attention....