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manny333` 02-10-2008 07:09 PM

New at this need help plz :)
 
ok well i have a 10 gallon tank i have a filter, heater, gravel, plants , air pump, and decorations.

ok i am new at having a tank i bought 4 fishes (2 sword tails and 2 fancy guppies to start off). each one of the species are a different sex. So i am expecting babies. and i will soon be getting another tank thats i think 50-100 gallons tank ( im getting it from my uncle so i dont know.) so im wondering what other fish do i get they dont needa be compatible with my current fish becaues they will be in the other tank. and what do i do when i become a grand daddy XD????? HELP ME OH and do i needa keep the bloodworms in the freezer or do i jsut feed the fish them liek that. and umm am i missing anything?????

Oldman47 02-10-2008 07:18 PM

If you bought frozen bloodworms, keep them frozen and just break off a piece to thaw out for your fish. You should not feed just bloodworms. The fish need a variety of foods just like we do. If you only feed bloodworms its like us trying to live on just doughnuts. It will fill you up but its not very nutritious. A good balanced flake or pellet food should be the main staple with occasional treats of the bloodworms.

manny333` 02-10-2008 07:53 PM

ok

manny333` 02-10-2008 08:21 PM

any one have ideas on what fish to get??

Cody 02-10-2008 08:25 PM

You couldn't fit very many other fish in your tank. The basic rule of fish is 1inch of fish per gallon, full-grown. Guppies = 2in each, so 4in. Swordtails = 3-5in. each, so around 6in. You are at your load there.

manny333` 02-10-2008 08:57 PM

yea i know but im getting a new tank XD .....

Cody 02-10-2008 09:44 PM

How big will that tank be?

manny333` 02-10-2008 10:18 PM

still not sure but itll be about 50 - 100 gallons

manny333` 02-11-2008 09:03 PM

...??????

Holly 02-12-2008 08:35 PM

You can do so many other fish with guppies and swords in the bigger tank. Saltwater set up are very time consuming and there's much more equipment that go along with these types of tanks. This link should give you a pretty good idea of what can be mixed with what you have and it gives you pics so you can see if you like them of not.

http://elmersaquarium.com/c106community3livebearer.htm[/url]


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