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Old 10-14-2008, 03:05 PM   #1
 
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Well its been a long time since ived been here and umm i wanna ask xD umm what fish of all categories can be placed in a ten gallon? like i want suggestions like lets say:
neon tetras
rummy nose and etc.. like say what species can go in a ten gallon tank i dont care if its a species tank...i just want something cute, adorable that can change my depressive mood to a happy mood...someone told me you could do two to three fancy goldfish in a ten gallon....and i read in a book what he said was right but i want to know if thats true....
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Old 10-14-2008, 10:04 PM   #2
 
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no goldfish.

they are messy eaters and be to large for a 10
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Old 10-15-2008, 02:46 PM   #3
 
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10 or 12 Pygmy corydoras
6 regular-sized cory catfish
A dozen neons or ember flame tetras
Ten cardinal tetras
Eight black neons
Eight harlequin rasboras
2 male, 5 female guppies or platies
3 male, 6 or so female Endler's livebearers
3 dwarf puffers
8 kuhli loaches
1 male betta
4 or 5 female bettas
3 sparkling gouramis
1 dwarf cichlid (ram, apistogramma, kribensis)
1 male two female dwarf shelldwellers
1 red-eye puffer
1 jewel cichlid
100 cherry shrimp and lots of plants
1 blue lobster
1 pair badis badis

(Not all at once, of course)
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Old 10-19-2008, 11:17 PM   #4
 
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10 or 12 Pygmy corydoras
6 regular-sized cory catfish
A dozen neons or ember flame tetras
Ten cardinal tetras
Eight black neons
Eight harlequin rasboras
2 male, 5 female guppies or platies
3 male, 6 or so female Endler's livebearers
3 dwarf puffers
8 kuhli loaches
1 male betta
4 or 5 female bettas
3 sparkling gouramis
1 dwarf cichlid (ram, apistogramma, kribensis)
1 male two female dwarf shelldwellers
1 red-eye puffer
1 jewel cichlid
100 cherry shrimp and lots of plants
1 blue lobster
1 pair badis badis

(Not all at once, of course)
thanks and sorry i made another topic i didnt notice i had another one up thanks :3 i like the red eyed puffer. could i use synthetic sand for bedding? what its care? is it a freshwater puffer? i looked it up. i saw the pic i just need care/feeding/temperament/requirements/parameeters
and etc. and food what type of food.
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Old 10-20-2008, 02:32 PM   #5
 
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It's a freshwater puffer. I'm not really sure what you mean by "synthetic sand." You can use something like play sand - just be sure to wash it repeatedly before putting it in your tank. Neutral pH, 78*F, water not too hard. They eat typical puffer foods - snails, worms, shrimp. Live snails are a must. Some people successfully keep them in community tanks, but they can be very aggressive so it's really safest to just keep it on its own. A 10g tank should be just fine for the duration of its life.
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It's a freshwater puffer. I'm not really sure what you mean by "synthetic sand." You can use something like play sand - just be sure to wash it repeatedly before putting it in your tank. Neutral pH, 78*F, water not too hard. They eat typical puffer foods - snails, worms, shrimp. Live snails are a must. Some people successfully keep them in community tanks, but they can be very aggressive so it's really safest to just keep it on its own. A 10g tank should be just fine for the duration of its life.
hmmm i used to know how to keep snails...now itll be harder cuz you know i dont have that tank set xD i have a 6 gallon tank and i could get my moms weak filter ;D and i can put a betta in with the snails to make it interesting.
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