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Originally Posted by St6_Devgru
What loaches were you exactly planning to get? You should identify them first before buying them. The only loaches I'd recommend are dwarf chain loach and kuhli loaches.
The snails that came from your plants are probably ramshorns or pond snails. IMO, I don't find them useful other than reproducing too much which is an advantage if you keep loaches(though not all loaches prefer snails for food).
Neons need company. I'd say reduce the number of guppies from 10 to 6. If you want females, the sex ratio should be one male to 2-3 females. Keep neons at 6-10.
By the way, decors and plants do not play part of the responsibility of being the cause of overcrowded conditions. Plants are very important as they consume nitrates brought by overcrowded conditions.
Be careful with stocking your tank. Some of the fish you buy are often juveniles and will still grow. Consider the final adult size of your fish especially your bristlenose which will be the greatest contributor of ammonia(uif your tank is not cycled) and nitrates.
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