10-31-2010, 11:26 AM
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Hey guys! Seems I was accidentally unsubscribed from my own thread! So, I just discovered people had been responding :). I really like cardinals. My new plan includes guppies, however, and I've heard cardinals can fin nip with them. I am willing to nix the guppies, however, for the right tetra combo that can handle a higher pH. I have been researching in various places, but there's so much conflicting info... one site says cardinals are compatible with guppies... another says they aren't because they nip. One site says neons are tolerant of pH, another says they require 7.0 or lower. I'm tryin to err on the side of caution, but that limits my options a great deal. I have a while yet, before I have to decide. I'm starting to substrate plant the tank now, and due to various and sundry things it will probably be a few months at least before I start thinking about stocking it. I would like two kinds of fish. However if it were a really fantastic tetra to watch all by itself that could stand out in a heavily planted tank...