SC Fish Posted July 28, 2022 Share Posted July 28, 2022 So i dont want my platy's to breed anymore, they breed like bunnys. i have 2 or 3 platys 1 is adult the other 2 are babys. when im back from italy ill be moving all the platys + minnows into a 20 gallon , but not the female platys. i wanted to move the 5 gallon inhabitants into the 10 gallon (that the platys and minnows are in now) but now im wondering if i can put 3 female platys in a 5 gallon tank? the adult is quite small , she is 1.5 years old and is only around 3.5cm long , and when im back from italy the babys will put on size. unless they die, which is possible. so is this a big enough tank? - obviously planted and meeting their natural requiremnts as well as possible. or would i need to put them into the 10 gallon, maybe get some more inhabitants too? my issue is, i wanted the 10 gallon for the endler guppy live bearer because they fight and i want more to break up the fighting, i only have 3 after one passed with a fungal disease. so im in quite the pickle. i am prepared to upgrade the 5 gallon eventually. but not soon. maybe a few months into 2023. any help/opinions is welcomed . thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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