September 6, 2009
I have a 120liter (31 US Gal) tank set up as below, and am looking for insperation...
Options in mind
1. Some kind of Tang tank - but i would like it to be fairly 'busy'
The tnak may really be a bit to small for this?
2. Plant it up some and go for some South American Apsito / tetra combo. If your recomand this i will cross psot there
August 31, 2009
Personally I'd always go for the Apistogramma (or similar SA dwarf cichlid) option. I'm a huge fan and if I had any space at all, I'd be regularly setting up new tanks for them.
To date, excluding my beloved daemon, my favourite fish of all time is Dicrossus maculatus. Such a stunning fish - when they're mature and in breeding colours it's unnatural!
This is one of my pics from when I kept them, and really, the photo does the fish zero justice.
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When spawning their eggs require low pH to hatch (talkjing 4.5) which in a way is ideal - no babies to look after unless you specifically choose to breed them.
August 31, 2009
June 13, 2011
I know mate. It was painful having to leave empty handed. To be honest if I had any tank space I would've tried some of your Guinacara (AKA pearl cichlid or whatever it was the cichlid guys thought they were /laugh.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid="" border="0" alt="laugh.gif" />).
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