09-24-2007, 12:56 PM
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20 gallon paradise or nightmare???
I've had a 10 gallon tank set up for 3 years with a plecostomus equal the same age. I just recently set up a 20 gallon tank with the 3 year old plecostomus, with the addition of a panda butterfly and plan to add another in the future. I think everything is in place, gravel with white ribbon and onion plants. A high flow filter with biowheel, a 200 gph underwater pump with an established biowheel courtesy of Keller Farms in Haltom, Tx. I'm using Seachem gravel supplements for the plants as apposed to a CO2 cannister and everything is in place I think...High light during the day, low at night. But I just wanted to know if there is anything I need for succesful plants, and also my plecostomus isn't as active and the sister to my panda butterfly(moore) just died before i added the established biowheel courtessy Keller Farms...Am I missing anyhting key??? That isn't obvious (heater, bubble wand etc.) Just want to start a great functioning enviriment for panda butterflys. Thanks for your help!