07-13-2011, 12:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Jbrofish8
Oh wow that is good news! I was thinking I would barely have room for one group of 8 ..
Thanks for the info about the whiptail I will defiantly check that out. I'm not planning on putting in fish for another week or 2. Would putting 8 tetra right from the start be a bad idea? Or should I start with something like 5 or 6 and then add more later once my aquarium is more established?
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You have plants, and some of those are fast-growing stem plants (= they use nutrients like ammonia faster), so once you've decided on what you want--and I do recommend getting a fair idea of the total end stocking so you know where you're going--an initial group of 7-8 of say glowlights would be fine. Then wait a few days, then the next group, etc. You can start now. I would.