Karen B. Posted November 16, 2021 Share Posted November 16, 2021 I have a community tank. 20 gallons high, 75f, 0/0/10, pH a bit low at 6.6 (working on raising it), idem for kh at 0. Gh at 8. Planted, HOB filter (aqueon quietflow 30) and medium size aquarium coop sponge filter. Current population is : 1 honey gourami 7 Chili rasboras 6-8 false julii corydoras (6 adults, and babies appearing. Currently setting up a 5 gallons to transfer the babies there to raise them) 4 nerita snail According to aquadvisor, here are my current stock level I would like to add more Chili (about 10) because I have lost some ove the past year and I think a school of 7 is rather small. And I am looking for a tank mate for my honey gourami. He doesn’t bond with the Chili and I know he used to have more fun when I had guppy in the tank. I tought about adding a female, which would bring me to these stats I already do 1 WC a week + gravel vacuum so no big change for me. But I am afraid my male gourami might get agressive toward the Chili… So I am wondering… Should I just add more Chili and let my Honey gourami be alone? Should I find another tank mate for my honey gourami other then a female? Am I overstocking the tank too much and asking for trouble? 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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