so this is my final decision:
going to make my 33 super awesome and then when i get my own place get my dream 75 with discus community
so now with my 33, instead of getting some "largest that can fit" i want to make it a pretty amazonian community somewhat
so far my new stocking im thinking to add 1 more peppered cory and 2 bronze, maying a total of 6 corys. and i wanted to add a trio of ottos
any other ideas :) me and my mom thought it would be cool to have a shoaling fish that will always stay together, any ideas?
If you're going with amazonian, try some cardinal tetras or neon tetras. Cardinals have the red stripe all the way down the body, while neons just have it on their bellies. Neons you can get at nearly any pet store, while Cardinals you may have to oder from Pet Solutions or Dr. Foster's.
Hatchet fish are good shoaling fish that stay at the surface of the water, just make sure that you have a lid on that tank.
A shoal of neons or cardinals like mentioned would be lovely.
To keep with the SA theme you could add a pair of rams or apistos maybe.
hm neons.. how many would be good? i kind want another shoal in there of something a bit bigger than a neon
i would hav to see about rams or apistos, it depends what i can find at the LFSs
Depending on what other fish you have you could have 20-25 neons.
those are neat. how many do u think i could do with a the bottom dwellies and the neons?
If it were my tank:
6 penguin tetras
Pair of rmas/apistos
hmm i like Bolivian rams.
maybe a pair for those, with my corys, ottos and neons and penguins?
edit: actually, i kinda like tiger barbs, but i kno they have a tendency to be evil. how many would be safe with my other fishies?
They would be sagest with any fast moving fish. The problem I forsee is that the barbs are happiest, and least evil as you say, in larger numbers and you don't have room for a full school of them especially since thy are such active fish. Tiger barbs get bigger than a lot of folk seem to think.
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