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Nano Fish Discussion

Discussion in 'Fresh & Planted Nano Tanks' started by TekFish, Apr 5, 2013.

  1. ncguppy830

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    I Disagree with the garners killifish being in a 5 gallon tank, these fish need at least a minimum of 10 gallon tanks.
     
  2. DerpPH

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    So is tekfish still active? so he can update the posts?
     
  3. TekFish

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    Yeah still here, but I can't because I'm not an moderator :\
    I'll message someone about it, and we'll see what happens.
     
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    Ok update, sent a message to TLM asking him to make the changes. A  ten gallon section isn't a bad idea, but can a 40L tank still be a nano tank? Once you get to that size you start being able to get all the 'basic' species anyways. I'm just not sure, since it such a common tank size, whether a separate thread would be suitable in the beginners section or something. I'd be happy to do it, but I'm not sure if there's something like that already.
     
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  4. Blondielovesfish

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    Scratch the idea about a 10G inclusion, found an already existing one HERE.
     
  5. DerpPH

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    oh and corydoras habrosus should be added to the 5 gallon and pandas to the 7 gallon
     
  6. TekFish

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    Thanks DerpPH, I'll see if I can get it changed, keep the corrections coming!

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  7. Lillefishy

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    7 gallons is too small for panda corys especially as they should be kept in groups of 5+
    Pygmy, hastatus & habrosus corys although small are active fish so 5 gallons is too small, I'd move them to the 7 though tbh 10 would be better
     
  8. TekFish

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    Alright I'll amend the list.

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