Kind of Aquarium Environment for Geophagus Brasiliensis
Hi, I was just wondering what kind of environment I should make for the Geophagus Brasiliensis. Should I have rocks, caves, and plants? Or do they not hide in caves. I also wanted to know if they could be paired with Texas Cichlids. Would it also be a good idea to add another Geophagus along with him?
My Geophagus seems to be very aggressive, and I have no idea how to calm him down. My tank size is only 20 gallons long. I'm still saving up for a 55-60 gallon aquarium, but in the mean time, I need a solution.
He is in the tank with:
1 smaller Green Texas Cichlid (about half or 2/3 his size)
3 black tetras (as distractor fish to diffuse the bullying)
I was planning on buying another Texas Cichlid bigger than the Geophagus, or another smaller one to accompany the small one I already have. Are any of these good ideas?
I bought the Geophagus from a pet store that had him in a 10 gallon aquarium filled with around 10 or 15 gold tinfoil barbs, and he wasn't nipping any of the gold tinfoils. I wanted to duplicate such an environment so he doesn't keep bullying the smaller Texas Cichlid (which doesn't seem too aggressive).
Any help would be much appreciated.
your tank is too small for the fish you have and a 50 - 60 gal is still too small. the texas and geo will get about 1 foot in size. going to need at least a 100 gal. do some research on the geo, some of them aren't good to keep together.
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