DaPrawf Posted August 4, 2022 Share Posted August 4, 2022 (edited) I'm really enjoying being a new member here. So many helpful folks. I've got a 29 gallon freshwater tank that I'd say is sort of medium planted. Java ferns, windelov, Anubis, lots of bucephalandra. I had a lot of java moss, but it keeps turning brown on me. Not sure why, because everything else seems to be doing well. Anyway, the tank is fully cycled. Ammonia and nitrites both at 0 ppm. Nitrates at about 20 ppm. I've started with 5 orange Venezuelan corydoras and 3 nerite snails. They've been in the tank about a week. In another week, I'll add another batch of fish. I was debating between 4 guppies and about 6-8 green neon tetras? Any advice about which would do better in a new, albeit cycled, tank? Edited August 4, 2022 by DaPrawf fixed typo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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