|jimmyhoye ||11-25-2010 01:00 PM |
30 Gallon Long Tank ideas?
Hey Guys i have a thirty gallon long and im not sure exactly what to stock it with or what to do with the thank. Could you guys give me some ideas for a unique tank, or to breed, or any good suggestions to do with it. Im open to all ideas.
|luckysarah ||11-25-2010 03:12 PM |
what types of fish do you like and what is the ph and hardness of your tap water?
|mcb5522 ||11-26-2010 01:09 AM |
|PRichs87 ||11-26-2010 02:18 PM |
Originally Posted by mcb5522
30 gallon is too small for a stingray, let's be realistic here. We need water parameters to give suggestions ! :-P
|sik80 ||05-28-2011 06:10 AM |
I'd love to do this in a 20-30g tank - dark substrate, heavily planted with crypts, java ferns, anubias and amazon frogbit with a big shoal of rummynose tetras as the star of the show plus maybe some corys, ottos and cherry shrimp (if your water has lowish pH and hardness)
|bailey0789 ||05-28-2011 09:41 PM |
Ive been doing Balloon Mollys and Platys for 4 generations now. I love to see what markings the next gen will give for the mollys. Actually, I had guppies in the first tank and im still seein hybrid affects from them. Also, I think it is unusual, but I think the Mollys and Platys bred, which is Really unusual, and have spawned some long-bodied molly's. Ive really shown these fish love, by always sticking my whole hand in the water and let them nibble, which i really think helps them "evolve".
IDK, I really fell in love with Balloon Mollys. So I let them breed. In the 4th gen I dont regret it.
So my advice is DEFINITELY start to breed Balloon Mollys. They are SO cool. But you better show them love. I cant wait to see the markings of the next generation and wathing them grow up. I seriously feel pain if I have to euthanize some of them. Totally worth it.!!!!!!!
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