Tayturs Posted July 20, 2022 Share Posted July 20, 2022 Hello all! I have recently set up a 29g that will be housing a trio of red swordtails with the casual hopes of producing some fry. I would also like to put some bottom-dwellers in if I can swing it, since it is a larger tank that what I'm used to and there are many species I've never gotten to keep. That said, I only want to add them if they can thrive in the conditions I will be prioritizing for the swordtails. PH will be in the 7.4-8.0 range Water will be treated with Seachem Equilibrium to be on the harder side Substrate is black sand with some pagoda rock, no driftwood. Moderately planted and I expect the sprite and swords to fill in over time (not sure if I'm actually planting the hairgrass bunch shown in the picture) Suggestions should preferably not be a risk to swordtail fry, not spend most time hiding and not uproot plants. Thanks in advance for any advice given!! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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