11-11-2007, 11:42 PM
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The rest will be fine. I take it the algae eaters are those common plecos, right? Because if they are, they do not thrive on algae alone and your tank cannot accommodate two fish that grow to 16 inches and more. If money is not an issue at all, I'd try the smaller species such as clown plecs and Sturisomas.:)
Originally Posted by tiffianylynn
If I get rid of the Bala Shark and Crawdads. The other fish should all get along just fine? Correct? Also what are some other fish that will get along with mine? Could I do snails? Or will that be a bad idea?
Also what about the seashells that she has in the tank, and the decorativer rocks
Mystery snails will be fine in your tank. If you wish to keep snails, avoid loaches which often love to relish escargots.
You can add more red-eye and black skirts but this will prevent you from keeping long-finned species such as more gouramis, angelfish, etc. The gold gourami may be able to hold its own considering it can bully smaller tankmates if given the opportunity in a smaller tank.
I would add some glass bloodfins or hatchetfish for the surface. Do make sure you have a tight lid as both will jump out of the tank. The same applies to other surface dwellers.