Well, so far the Amazon Puffers are getting along great with the Red Tailed Shark. Maybe that will change as the RTS ages. We actually see him more now than we used to. When he was alone in the tank he would just hang out under the driftwood all day.
At feeding time, he stays out of the Puffers way, not the other way around. He gets whatever scraps they miss. The Puffers are fond of attacking the same bloodworm at the same time, literally bumping heads with each other as they go for it. The RTS wants none of that.
One of my pea puffers is eating very well. The other two are eating, but not regular enough for my liking. I still haven't grabbed any live white worms.
I never did find the small Spotted Raphael that I put in the Silver Dollar tank with the Chocolate and Banjo cats. Now that I see how well the big one hides, it really doesn't surprise me that I can't find the small one.
Everyone in the 220 seems content and completely over the ick and subsequent treatment. I really like the look of all the new plants, and I no longer think it is the tank of death.
How long should I wait before starting to add fish to the 220 again? Hopefully my LFS gets in some small Balas so I can replace the ones who died.
Not sure what kind of bottom feeders to get now. Turned off the clown loaches a little, lol.