Emika_B Posted April 6, 2021 Share Posted April 6, 2021 Aloha all! My 40-ish gallon tank is coming along well. The plants are really filling in and the parameters are stable. I’m rather happy with it. The quarantine process has been a bit rough, though. The first round was 5 dwarf neon rainbows and 9 male guppies. All of the rainbows survived but only 2 of the guppies made it through. Next round was 5 dwarf neon rainbows and 15 rummy nose tetras. Again, the rainbows are doing fine but only 1 rummy nose is still alive. In hindsight I think the rummies weren’t healthy to start with, so I’m glad to have any survive. So, now I’m wondering if I should just re-home the 2 guppies and 1 rummy nose and go forward with a huge school of dwarf neon rainbows? Or on the next round of quarantine should I fill in the schools of the other two? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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