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Thoughts for new fish?
I'm looking ahead as 3/4 of the globarbs died, what would be a good replacement? If the 4th one pulls through, I'm assuming the best route would be more of them? But if he doesn't, what are some good ideas? It will be after the tank cycles before I get more fish.
Few questions to make it easier to help you with suggestions. What size is the tank? Do you know what type of water that you have, is it soft, medium or hard, is the pH of your water acidic or more towards basic. Some fish can be very sensitive to the type of water they are kept in and may not do well if the water its outside of those parameters. Is there any type of fish that you are interested in keeping so that compatibly can be considered. Also are you going to keep live plants in this tank? Most fish are fine with live plants and will appreciate them, but there are some fish that will eat those plants also.
Sorry about the fish that you lost.
Hard water, ph is 8.2. I have 2 lily bulbs in there currently, not sure if they'll work out. Otherwise, likely won't be having any plants. I have a bristle nose pleco and 2 other fish I'm not sure what they are (I have pics in my other thread). It's a 20 gal.
my vote is for a couple e blue johannis, they love the hard water and are super neat to watch
I am sure I asked this in your other thread but I can't see if you knew what it was.
Those are cool looking fish MM.
No, I don't know the number.
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