06-11-2013, 10:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Jaysee has the right idea. And with tall tanks which have no horizontal swimming room, you want to stay with generally quiet fish that are not active swimmers but more browsers. And neons are such. But before we get to that, what are your water parameters? There are many small fish but they will often be wild caught and rarer, so knowing the water params is a good starting point. GH (general hardness) and pH, and KH/Alkalinity which is important to tell you what the pH might or might not do. This you can ascertain from your water supply folks, they likely have a website.
I have soft water 2.2dGH and pH of 7.2 from the tap but has naturally lowered to 7 in my tank which I'm guessing will happen in my husband's tank as well?