60 gallon tank
Hey everyone! I think I made my final decision on what my 60 gallon tank is going to be. I would appreciate it if anyone could tell me if there seems to be any concerns. The tank is going to be lightly planted and have sand as the substrate. i will use root tabs and aquarium liquid fertilizer to help them grow. The inside will have a large piece of driftwood for hiding spots and lots of medium sized rocks. The fish will be 5 angelfish, 4 bolivian rams, and 6 cory catfish! If anyone has suggestions or warnings, please tell me!
The rams and corys have very different temperature requirements. Rams do best in the low 80s and corys in the mid 70s.
Fishmonger is correct on the temp for common rams, so I think he missed that these are Bolivian. Temperature for angelfish (commercial bought, not wild), Bolivian Ram and corys will be fine around 77F.
But I do think four Bolivian Ram is problematic. I believe I mentioned this elsewhere. This species is best either singly (one fish in the tank) or in a bonded pair.
I would increase the corys, as you have space; six is fine, but it is always better with more when space permits as it does here. You can mix species, so long as you have a few of each. In this case here, I would have 9-12.
Up the Cory count, as Byron says, 9-12 is a good number. Just watch the temperature for the corys as some like lower temperatures yet. I would suggest the Pepper Cory as I believe that they are amoung the highest temperature tolerant corys. I went with emerald catfish that are warmer watered then even those guys but I have some peppers and like them better, more active generally speaking.
I'm not familiar with angels and rams so I will leave commenting on those to others.
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