Yellow lab problems...
I had a tank with pretty much Yellow Lab Specific it is a 29 gallon and had 4 adult Yellow Labs (i belive 1 male to 3 females never had an aggression prob atleast....) and 2 Juvinille that had been from a previous Fry Batch (was planning on getting rid of them) a whiptailed Cat and a 7 inch plec (already 6 years old and lived in that tank its whole life Previous owners didnt know what to keep with what so they Had multiple male species of chiclid and a large Bala shark in with him for almost 6 years)
Sadly i had a fungus come from no where (dont have it planted as i dont have the equipment necesary and yellow labs eat it anyway) it whiped out 2 adults the young ones and the catfish :BIGweepy:
i was wondering what u recomend me doing with the free space opened up?
What are you looking for? Planted or unplanted? Rockwork or driftwood? High alkaline habitat or blackwater? You need to be a little more clear on what you are trying to accomplish.
i want to add to this tank as with 2 Yellow labs at 3 and 4 inches and a plec it seems depressingly empty it has a few fake and plants and a few hides 2 under gravel filters and a normal 40 gallon filter (walmart filters curse lack of monitary flow :evil: ) I just want to add to this tank they all seem fine and happy now that i have killed off the fungus...
I was thinking just adding more Yellow Labs? or could these labs be added with the 55 gallon tank (c signature) that i have as that i had to fight ick a few mmonths back and wanted to be sure that the ick was gone,, (read somewhere that ick can stay for long periods of time not sure if that is correct or not) and do something completely diferent with this tank..
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