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  1. Hi Fam, I have a 10 gal shrimp tank and the glass on the back and sides is getting a build up of algae. No heater, but the temp is generally room temp. Could I get a ret.hillstream loach to help keep the glass clean? Does anyone have experience with this or recommend a more suitable alternative? Thanks
  2. Right now I have a 20 gallon long tank with a single betta. I plan on making it into a community tank, but am still not too sure what tank mates I should get for my betta. Tank details : I have relatively low kh, high gh (150 - 300 ppm, usually about 200), ph of around 6.8 - 7.0, and the tanks at 78° with a sponge filter and fluval stratum. I was researching panda corys but am worried about my high gh and my non - sand substrate. Which tank mates should I try that will work with my water parameters and betta fish? Also which plants should I have for said tank mates?
  3. I was thinking about doing a 20 gallon with shell dwellers at the bottom and guppies at the top. Is it possible to combine African Cichlids with Community Fish like that? Would they still be able to breed? Has anyone tried out a similar combo?
  4. Hello, I am going to be setting up a 50 gallon tank for german blue rams(thanks dean) but I’m having a hard time finding tank mates. I watched the video with Sean talking about how they go with everything from corys to tetras, but can they really go that hot? I plan to stock the tank with: 2 pairs of German blue rams 1 leopard frog pleco 6-8 Cory cats (not sure which ones, maybe black schultzei school of tetras to be determined. is this doable or will these fish not tolerate the high temps. How many German blue rams should I put in the tank? It will be heavily planted and it’s a 40 breeder but a little taller. thanks for the advice!
  5. A big hello from Denmark. Sadly my female angelfish past away a couple weeks ago. It took about a year from buying 8 juvenile angelfish to having a pair to lay eggs. Once i was sure i had a pair, i found new homes for the rest of the angelfish. The big dream was having a breeding pair of angels, in the living room tank. It was a sad day when i came home to a dead female angelfish. I have other cold water tanks in my workshop for my overvintering of my mini pond species. But i only have that one tank in the house. Since then i have decided that i want to try my luck at Breeding Kribensis instead. I have considered having congo tetras, siamese algae eaters and maybe some Cory catfish with them. Not sure about the Corys yet. Im not sure about the amount of Congos and Sae's though. What would you suggest? Any other good suggestions on tank mates is very much apreciated too. I think the tank is what you would call medium planted. Not sure though. Kim Esbye Blomberg (Denmark)
  6. What would you suggest for tank mates for pea puffers? Ide like to get a few different schooling fish but dont know which ones wont harm the puffers and that the puffers wont hurt also. Im going planted tank 180gallon cave on one side spindly logs in middle and a forest of tall plants on other side. And microsword or other carpeting plant over the bottom of majority of tank. Sorry if theres alot of info wanted give you idea of tank incase it matters with what fish would work
  7. Hey all, I have a goldfish pond with a few 5 inch goldfish. I added an 8 inch 15-20 year old goldfish that lived in a 20 gallon for it's whole life. I did this because I felt bad for it and added it to my pond. I think you know where this is going. All my other goldfish beat it up and it didn't make it. I am planing to treat them like cichlids and add a bunch of goldfish. Do you all think it would work? I plan to add 5 or so, is that enough? Thanks!
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