I found a female honey gourami to pair with my male and decided I absolutely had to have her and see if they would make a good pair. Although I just introduced them today they seem to be doing okay so far.
So far they are okay. My male likes to follow her and she will swim with him sometimes and other times ignore him. But I figure she also needs time to get used to her surroundings too, I just added her yesterday, I am also hoping they might be a good breeding pair eventually. But I figure that will take at least a month or so as well.
I have a 20 gallon planted tank and in that tank I have 6 Red cherry shrimps, 2 golden algae eater, 3 kuhli loach, 12 neon tetras, 1male Betta and 2 mystery snails.
In this tank can I put Indian almond leaves ?
Will it effects any of my fish or plants ?
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