Cicadalady Posted September 28, 2022 Share Posted September 28, 2022 (edited) My fully-grown Geophagus Tapajos orange heads (7 years old) are slowly picking off my rummynose tetras. The rummynoses were introduced a couple of weeks ago and look fantastic in the tank but their numbers are dwindling as the Geophagus see them as targets/dessert. The tank is ‘scaped with sand substrate, driftwood and hardy plants (Anubias’s, Java Fern, Anacharis, etc.) What’s another shoaling/schooling fish (preferably of South American origin) that would be safe from my Geos? Edited September 28, 2022 by Cicadalady Spelling Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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