08-14-2013, 10:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Aluyasha
Danios it is. :)
Though now I have to think about what to put in the 10 gallon with my marbled crayfish. I was thinking some type of tetra or barb, the problem I keep running into is that most fish I research prefer planted tanks. I cannot have plants with her because she will eat/destroy live plants and possibly escape with fake ones.
Here is what the 10 gallon looks like (though now there is a tiny fake plant on the front right):
Honestly.. I would just give the crayfish some plants to play with and skip the fish. My blue male cray loves interior decorating. And the female gets bored without something to destroy. Banana plants.. anubias and Java fern tied to a rock or some wood, and water sprite have all been pretty entertaining for my crays. (but watersprite gets messy when they are feeling extra destructive). Then throw in a bunch of cheap ghost shrimp. Your marbled cray will hunt them but thats the only thing you can fit in the tank that size.