Adron Posted April 3 Share Posted April 3 Hi all! I have a space in my bedroom that would be perfect for a new planted tank. I've had lots of successes with standard tank sizes, and this time I'm considering a hexagonal, taller tank between 25 and 35 gallons. I've never done one of these before, and I know there are several reasons to approach with caution, given the limited lateral swimming space and the reduced water surface area. One setup I'm considering would be a 25-gallon hex tank with 3 moonlight gouramis and a small group of bleeding heart tetras. I'm pretty sure the gouramis would be a safe choice for this tank, but I'm less sure about the tetras. I adore bleeding hearts, and to me they seem to be less active than a lot of other, narrower-bodied tetras. What do you think about their chances of doing well in a hex, if I set it up with plenty of surface agitation and an air stone? Happy to hear other suggestions as well! 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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