10-28-2010, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Calmwaters
Yes they are the only time they move away from the bottom is when its feeding time. The LFS is suspose to let me know tomorrow if they can get the Rams in or not if they can't would it be ok to move the golden barbs to the 20 gallon with the flame tetra? I plan on getting a group of 25 baby marble angles from someone on Aquabid that I have purchased other fish from before. I plan on keeping them in the 55 until they get a little size on them and hopefully start to pair up if thats not going to take to long then I am going to choose a pair and maybe a few more that I like to make a group of 5-6 if you think that will be ok for a 55 gallon. The rest I will sell/trade to the LFS. And the honey gourami I may give to a guy at the LFS that really wants them since he gave me 3 coryadorus habrosus.
I would not put the barbs in a 20g, there is insufficient swimming space for an active fish [I made a comment on this in the other thread concerning rummynose tetra]. Most of the barbs and all the danio fall into this category, active swimmers, thus requiring length over height.
Yes, 5-6 angels in a 55g is ideal. I saw your thread on angels. That's a good way to go when you have the option of getting rid of the excess angels easily. That many would get quite aggressive in such a small space, thinking of when they grow a bit.