08-30-2011, 04:54 PM
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Originally Posted by bigfish93
Thanks for all the help everyone! After looking through some videos on youtube, I have decided to just go with a big group of neon tetras. A big group of them is really cool to watch. This way I can make the tank perfect for the neons without worrying about any other species. I was thinking about 11-12 neon tetras? I want a big group but I don't want my tank to look like a holding tank (like the ones at petsmart, walmart, etc.). Does that sound like a good number?
That should work, with the live plants. You can add some substrate-type fish, I always think they add character to characin displays, and the small catfish I'm thinking of do not contribute much to the bioload. Whiptail Catfish or Twig Catfish [this one needs soft water, the Whiptail is OK with soft or medium hard], 1 of either or 1 of both, or 2 of either.