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With that mix another two or three tiger barbs & a mate for the black ruby barb would be a safer bet if the tank is large enough.
Glofish are not allowed in the UK.
There have been quite a few dyed fish appearing around. Please check if the store is on the Practical...
The tank would be too small for most fish attaining this size but this is a sedentary, lurking, cafish which has a highly flexible eel-ish body....
"three hardy goldfish" suggests they are commons or comets rather than fancies.
These fish need a minimum tank of about 30" and good filtration....
Why is he unregistered?
All the cat registries have the facility to register a cat as non active ie not for breeding and it throws up red flags...
Normally a 5 year old tank with a plec contains a common plec of about a foot in length. How long have you had yours?
"loaches" usually turn out...
According to the manufacturer they are not supplied so you don't need one.
If you look at the end caps where the lighting tubes fit there...
If you can blow through the line there isn't a blockage.
Is it much easier to blow through with the airstone off?
If you don't have one, spending a fiver on a gravel cleaner & sucking gunge out of the gravel when you do water changes should give you clearer...
If they aren't supplied with a kit aquarium you probably don't need them. Do the light tubes have seals in the ends?
Good filtration & a tight fitting lid :)
They are called walking catfish - guess why.
For the first year & then they would need 6' miniumum, ideally 8'+.
If that is Â£ or US$ it sounds excessive.
Clarias batrachus is the one normally seen.
I though of this from your bit "(One thing that i would love is the Trachycorydtas trachycorystes off...
Clarias are easy to find - I know of a 14" specimen & three shops with babies within 4 miles of here. They are cheap & fun.
Dat's grow slowly but...
If a larger tank isn't already in the pipeline I would avoid fish that willl outgrow the tank you have.
How about a clarias cat?
One could live ok...
-What is their full size growth? Anything from 2" to 2' - probably 4-8" you need to identify the species.
-Do "breeding caves" really work? Such...
I 've never heard of an emporer shark, or an emperor shark.
Do you have a latin name? A description?
What fish have you got so far?
Trying to keep most species of African in a 20g is pushing it.
I agree, goldfish are messy & get big and it sounds like a tank you could fit would be too small for goldies. Tropical would give you more options.