10-12-2011, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by aunt kymmie
I wouldn't worry about the cardinals in 83 degree water. I keep a shoal of them in my discus tank and I've had them for a few years. If you go to aquariumplants.com they have a list of "warm water" plants. I know in my 83 degree tank I'm able to keep java fern, anubias, crypts, wisteria, and hygro angustifolia (or however you spell it!). Like you, I have low to medium light.
They say vals do great in warm water, I've never been able to keep them going in my tank. Too bad as I know my Discus like them.
Thanks for the clarification aunt kymmie, I was just going off of what the fish profiles said as I have never owned cardinals. It is always best to hear from someone with personal experience. BTW, it is nice to see you around. I have not seen you on the forums lately, but from reading older posts it seems you are one of the more knowledgeable members. I am new to this hobby, so I appreciate having people like you and Byron for help