07-17-2012, 06:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Pearl2011
I just feel bad about so many posts . . .
Byron, i messed with pH once becuase I thought it was a bit high for my bettas. The next day, Ruby, who is a dark beautiful red, her fin were see through and she was orange/yellow. Never added pH+/- again. The other fish were really dull and Dawn looked like a swimming zebra. O_O
I set up the quarantine today, will test it once I find the kit. Cant remember where I put it. <-- Fail, I know.
Would rummynose tetras work in the set-up? My friend has one and I am trying to convince her to give it to me.
They are lovely fish, need soft slightly acidic water to be at their most colourful. And a group, this fish is better with a larger group. Check the profile, this would most likely be the Brilliant Rummy Nose Tetra; the False RN is rare. I have both in my 115g, 23 of them, and what a sight as they swim as a shoal from end to end.