I am looking for suggestions on surface plants that grow very long roots. I have Salvinia in 2 of my tanks but their roots don’t get to be too long. I’ve attached 2 photos of what I’m aiming for although I appreciate it might not be do-able given I found them on google lol
Although it’s difficult to sex angels, all three have a sharp angle on the front of their heads and they’re about 6-8 months old - so 1 of them is 1.5 inch body and the other 2 are 1.5 inch body.
I know a big school of cardinals would look amazing but I’d like something else because although cardinals add colour they don’t add much character. Do you think sterbais would actually come out from under the wood and rocks I have if they were in a bigger group?
I didn’t add my angels with neons or smaller fish because I thought they would get eaten but in my experience cardinals are big enough to not be eaten - they are all fully grown.
My rams are both female my angels all male so that gets rid of breeding territorial behaviour but my cockatoos I have...
I have a 450L tank with the following:
- 3x angels
- 2x cockatoos
- 2x German rams
- 6x sterbai Cory
- 12x cardinals
I’m looking for other cichlid suggestions that can live in this non-cichlid-specialist tank (meaning I have the water parameters but I just don’t have cichlids considered...
I have kept dwarf frogs before but only ever as the one frog in the tank. I have since come to learn that they do well in groups of 3+ however I am wondering if there should be a certain male to female ratio?
I’m looking for fish for my community tanks. For one tank I am looking for personality/very active (personality more important than active) fish. I’m currently thinking Sterbai Cory as I already have 6 and I am hoping that if I increase the number they will become more confident and shoal more...