Cardinal tetras, rummy-nose tetras, red phantom tetras, black phantom tetras, bleeding heart tetras, rosy tetras, lemon tetras, glowlight tetras, beacon tetras and diamond tetras are a few that popped in my mind.Follow It Home said:are there some types of tetras or any other fish for that matter that will work with my Neons and Dwarf Gouramis?
That's possible.Donut said:I have a zebra danio (just one, the others didn't make it through cycling :S) in with 6 neons and 3 black tetras. The danio will not leave the others alone. Is this because he's alone?
Depends on what tetras you want. A 10 gallons tank can simply fit 20 neons or 15 cardinal tetras. Tetras really do not add too much to the bioload hence the stocking is far different from most fish.I'm debating on simply removing him and taking him to an LFS. I don't want to overstock my 10g. I've heard that tetras don't necessarily follow the 1"fish per gallon of water rule, but have never kept them.