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Fish Name And Filter Name Please
I have 10" x 17.5" x 10" Fresh water tank. It fully fish less cycle and I bring two kind of fish from LFS but I don't know the name of the fish. Kindly help me to know the name of fish. I am also putting image of my filter and gravel. Kindly also help me to tell that is it enough for my aquarium. I have 2 white fish and 3 Orange or yellow with some black dot.
Please help to tell that can i add more fish in it and which fish I can add. I most interested in betta fish.
The yellow fish are gold barbs, the sliver fish appear to be red eye tetras. Sorry I can't help ID the filter but the picture is way too dark.
I will have to calculate how many gallons your tank is to figure out if you have room for more, and how many more it will allow with your current fishes. I'll post once I have done this.
Can you tell us how long your tank has been set up? How long was it set up before you put the fish into it?
I was thinking internal filter when I saw the filter photo. What's the turnover rate of that filter and what filter media are in there?
I was also asking that this are okay for my tank or should change it. and get some other fish ??
Your tank volume is 7.58 gallons. The fish you have are going to be the maximum limit for that tank, and as they grow to full size you may find that you need a larger tank for them. Gold barbs average 2.5 - 3.5 inches when full grown, but red eye tetras can get as large as 4 - 5 inches each when full grown.
I would strongly suggest not adding anymore fish to that tank and watch your water quality carefully as these fish grow. Keep up with your weekly water changes, 30% each week, and don't over feed them, and be prepared to move them up to at least 20 - 30 gallons later when they are full grown.
Good luck to you.
Actaully I have given back my all those to LFS and bring 1 male Betta fish. But i have some problem with it. I will get back to u when i get time.
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