DannyC Posted December 17, 2021 Share Posted December 17, 2021 (edited) I know it is recommended to have 2 females per 1 male when getting these fish, but what if I don't want any females is that okay? I know the recommended comp is so that there are options for the males and a singular female doesn't get the brunt of all the mating attention, but if I am not worried about breeding them will a group of just males be fine together? I know some other fish are ok in these scenarios, but I am not sure about the dwarf neon rainbow. Also, if you want to help me with stocking ideas that would be cool too. I have a 30 gallon long tank. I was thinking like 6 male rainbows (if this is okay for them) and probably like close to 20 cardinals and possibly 6 panda corys or another type of cory. I'll be running a fluval 206 cannister for the filter so I think I should be okay bioload management wise. Also want to plant the tank decently. I never seem to have the best luck with much when it comes to plant, but I really like and want to go for the sweeping val across the top look, but I am not sure what else to go with it or substrate stuff. The light I have is Current Satellite Plus Pro and water pH is roughly 6.8 range. Edited December 17, 2021 by DannyC Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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