11-20-2012, 04:03 PM
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He's sharing with 3 Amazon Puffers right now, as they needed a larger tank (I bought them as Dwarf Puffers and set up a new 10 gallon for them. ) They all just ignore each other. The RTS had already staked out the area around the driftwood and they're not interested in challenging for it. Adding more plants to it within the next couple of days.
I've actually noticed my RTS used to just hover under the driftwood all day. Now he patrols around the driftwood making sure no one is arming the demilitarized zone. The Puffers are not interested in his space at all. Unlike Pea Puffers, the Amazons are pretty laid back. Except at feeding time.
I also cannot wait to see this tank minus the substrate and background
. What's the easiest way to get the substrate out? Just scoop it? Do I have to relocate the fish? I'm thinking of some sort of beige natural looking substrate. None of that fancy eco stuff. And not black, which is my favorite now, because the shark will be completely lost.
I hate that damn substrate. I was just complaining about it in another thread.
Originally Posted by Sanguinefox
Haha he must be the luckiest red tail in the world. I can't wait to see how this tank looks with the substrate swapped.