- - Big fish for 20g long.
|IonBaller07 ||06-05-2009 09:21 PM |
Big fish for 20g long.
Alright so due to some unfortunate circumstances, I have an open 20g long aquarium. I already have two tanks set up with smaller fish such as bettas, neons, and cories. Now I want two try one or two bigger fish instead of a shoal of little ones. Is there any fish that are relatively large but obviously not to large for a 20g. I was thinking something like blue rams but nobody around here has any.
|IonBaller07 ||06-05-2009 10:23 PM |
Is there any truth to being able to house a pair of convicts in a 20g long?
|Twistersmom ||06-05-2009 10:58 PM |
I don't know, but convicts are little monster.
Any Keyhole cichlids or bolivian rams in your area?
|Fusion MK ||06-06-2009 01:01 AM |
i would say that convicts are good if kept in ONLY ONE PAIR NO MATTER HOW LARGE THE TANK IS!!! Give them enough room, and if there are no other fish, then they should be good.
|IonBaller07 ||06-06-2009 02:02 PM |
I dont know if tey have keyholes or bolivian rams, when I go looking tomorrow Im going to look for them and maybe they got blue rams by now, Im also going to look for jewel cichlids.
|FishFreak95 ||06-06-2009 03:35 PM |
maybe a ghost knife?
|IonBaller07 ||06-06-2009 04:55 PM |
I dont know about those, I had too google what they are and they are kinda ugly, the website also said they require 100g tanks.
|Sageo3000 ||06-06-2009 06:21 PM |
how dare you say BGKs are ugly.
|IonBaller07 ||06-06-2009 07:15 PM |
Haha, allow me to rephrase that, they arent ugly they are creepy. Like a snake-eel swimming through the tank.
|Fusion MK ||06-07-2009 06:46 PM |
How are they creepy?!!
I would say get yourself a common pleco and stick it in the tank by itself...
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