Well Mr. Knife is still small so I have a tub he can live in during rehab. He's sort of out of the picture. Everyone else really isn't a problem.
And I have no clue on the buffaloes. They're slow growers so it may be a while.
I would think you would want to put the most difficult to work with in first and deal with their problems (like the African knife and the guppies) and then add the others in. How long until you feel comfortable with the buffalo head in the 90 gal?
Well I already have my buffalo heads. They are going to move into the 20 in 2 weeks though to grow some more.
Uhhh.. It's pretty much an "all at once" thing. o-o Been trying to work out the best plan of action but it keeps coming up to just throw everyone in at once.
The ctenopoma is going last is the only for sure thing since it can be pretty mean.
Ew. Eat it? Well people do eat the royal knifefish and clown knifefish in their native habitats. But still. It must have been in some not-so-good chemicals at least for a little bit.
Good point. I forget how delicate elephant nose are. You do have a pretty awesome setup planned, and are lucky to have the tank to do it! I can't wait to see it completed. I'm excited to see it go through!