01-16-2014, 04:25 PM
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A 29 would be great. But if u don't want to upgrade than u should just gt rid of the black skirts. For the 10 u could get so ghost shrimp, they do a great job keeping the bottom clean. The harlequin rasboras r very active and would probably like a 29g more. U can gt a school of glowlights if u wish. I have 9 soon 2 be 12 copper rasboras in my 29 heavily planted and they r an awesome orange color and school very well. They also r small, not even reaching an inch. For plants they r not that hard, things to need would be, good substrate (black flourite sand cus of the corys) 2-3in, good lighting (at least 1-2wpg) of 6,500k daylight, and than gt some flourish excel for co2. Low light plants to start with would be java moss, Anubis, mosses, bacopa, water wisteria, water sprite, most swords, dwarf lilies. If u gt a 29g thn u could start it planted with t5s and thn u could get more Corys, glow lights, harlequins, 2 pairs of GBRs, and some algae eater. Also some real driftwood will make ur tank nice and the fish will like it more. I have 4 pieces in my 29 and they really make the tank pop with all the plants growing around and on it.
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