Gideyon Posted July 26, 2021 Share Posted July 26, 2021 I just wanted some feedback. I will be having a 10 gallon soon. Gravel substrate, silk plants. 1) are there any fish that can live and thrive in solitude other than a betta? And they can manage 70-75 degrees (or colder if I remove the heater). My heater is really struggling to get to 80 in my basement. So I need to keep it lower. Which makes a betta difficult. 2) if I decide to go cold water, I've considered a school of white clouds. But are there any that are larger cold water fish and can be in solitude? Or a pair in a 10? 3) I've also thought about the honey gourami which I really like. But I'm concerned about hardiness. Are they prone to get sick? Or is that only dwarf gouramis? And are they perfectly fine in solitude? If I dared to do so, can they be in pairs if both males? Note: I prefer single because I don't have space for a hospital or quarantine tank. But at least with cold water, I can use a household container without an extra heater. I also want to keep the bioload down. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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