MammaG Posted January 9, 2022 Share Posted January 9, 2022 I recently upgraded from a standard 10 gallon to a gorgeous 17 gallon rimless tank. Inhabitants are 3 peppered corydoras, 1 honey gourami, and 5 male guppies. The tank is moderately planted right now, with a goal to see it fill in to a heavily planted space. I'm considering some options to add stock to this tank and am looking for some interesting ideas. Here are are a few of the options I'm considering: 1) Get a few more guppies and call it a day. (Boys only. Not interested in breeding) Or 2) Add a small school of "something". Probably NOT tetras as I can't seem to keep them alive. Rasboras and rainbow fish have done very well in my tanks, though. I'm also wondering if I could add a hillstream coach to the existing mix of fish. Is love to hear your experience and recommendations! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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