I am considering getting rid of my PKGs. I was wondering what everyone thought. I want to replace them with something that has bight colors. I don't want anything that lives on the bottom of the tank though. That area is covered. My PKGs are only about 3-3.5 inches right now. They have decided to fight all the time. I'm afraid they are going to hurt each other. I have recently moved them from a small tank to a large tank. This caused them to grow almost a full inch in just a couple of weeks. If anyone has any ideas on what to replace them with, I would be happy to hear them. My other fish are listed in my signature. I need them to be compatible. I also don't want anything that will get bigger than 2-3 inches if possible. They would also need to be able to survive in a brackish tank. Thanks.
perhaps a school of otos? Otos are mini sucker mouth fish that grow to about 1.5-2 inches, they do an incredible job at cleaning algae, only problem with these is that they might not eat what you feed them, thy might only eat the algae in your tank so only own these if you have a substancial algae growth.
I have had fish for over 10 years and have never had any algae. I don't know how, but not even a little bit of algae grows in my tanks. My 75 gallon tank was bought used and it had dead algae in it when I got it. After a thorough cleaning before setup, I don't even have algae in it. I guess otos are out of the question. I can't guarantee I'll ever have any algae for them to eat.
ok well that makes sense. have you thought of dwarf guoramis?
oh ok my fault, hmm, what about danios?
My serpae tetra are the most timid fish in my tank. But I don't wanna take any chances. I honestly don't even know what danios look like. Do they have bright colors? I want something with a lot of color.
ok then nvm about danios, they arent that colorful
what about rainbow fish lol
Avoid the glofish.
I like these guys.:love:
Red Phantom Tetra
Black Phantom Tetra
glo-fish, incase you didnt know, is a chemically altered zebra danio that is injected with coral or jellyfish DNA to give them an unatural color, it is illegal in the State of California, dont be fooled by there color
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