Hello all my favorite fish gurus!!!
OK so first an update. My 46 gallon tank is doing beautifully thanks to you all. My water is clear, plants are growing and fish are doing well. I am up to 20 awsome fish that seem to be all doing well.
I made a few "purchase mistakes" on some fish. By that I mean that I purchased two pleco's and a black ghost knifefish, without thinking about the adult size of these fish would quickly outgrow my tank.
So, I went out and purchased a 90 gallon tank. (great deal... $200.00 including a $400.00 light!!! and a bunch of accessories and two H.O.T. filters...) The only problem... the tank was previously a salt tank, so it needs a good cleaning and obviously the filters are a complete waste.)
So... I need some advice on a good canister filter... Because I have more money than sense, I really am falling in love with the Fluval G6, the "iPhone" of filters (I like it cuz it looks like Darth Vader). So I am all but on my way to purchase it on Amazon. Before I do, I seek my wise fish Guru's advice.
On a side note, on this tank I am going with a natural planted tank. (You all would be impressed because this time I am actually doing some research on what substrates/ plants layout would be best for both appearance and the fish)
I would love some advice on what substrates/set up would you do/use? I also plan on making this tank a "aggressive" tank. So any ideas on what types of fish? I want colorful fairly active fish. But I don't want stone cold killers.... LOL
As always... Thank you all!!!!! I don't know what I would do without you.