theotheragentm Posted November 20, 2020 Share Posted November 20, 2020 I have an office tank (see photo). It's a 20L with a Dwarf Sag carpet, a bunch of crypts, lucky bamboo growing out the back, and a dwarf lily. The current inhabitants are a colony of cherry shrimp, a single amano shrimp, about a dozen ember tetras, and pond snails. Recently I've been wanting a different color of fish as the shrimp are already red. Does anyone have any suggestions with the following considerations? My water change schedule is about 12% weekly because the bioload is so small. It's very ideal for me since it's an office tank, so I'd like to keep it that way. The back of the tank is open to allow the bamboo to stick out, so while all fish jump, no prolific jumpers. I don't wait the fish to eat my shrimp. My water is hard here in Southern California, coming out at 8.0 from the tap. I've found most fish adjust okay. I'm not running the tank very warm, currently 72F, but that can be raised, or the heater can be removed if we need to run it cold. I know the shrimp will do fine. Thanks in advance for your suggestions. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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