10-02-2010, 11:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Angel777
Thanks for the replies everyone. I don't have any larger fish in the tank, just the tetras I mentioned, three little rasboras and 3 panda cory cats. I am getting more cories soon and am adding a few Bolivian Rams to the tank in the near future. I reduced my lighting to 6700k so it isn't too bright right now and I'll see how it goes.
I just really want a nice group of fish that will really swim around the tank together. Mabye I'll eventually look into getting a group of rasboras or something soon to liven up the tank activity.
No mention has been made of the tank size, so if considering Bolivian Ram that is important. Our profile explains requirements for this fish and numbers. I have a pair in my 115g and they get a bit rough at times, with each other and when spawning which of course in every couple of weeks they can be beligerent to the other fish near the bottom, as the Bolivians are lower water fish, eating off the substrate. Sexing them is next to impossible at the juvenile size they are usually seen in stores, and males need space for their territories. All this is covered in the profile.