60 or 70 didnt think i could keep that many,the ones i have seen in the shop were about 3 inches long. will have a look on net to get some info.thanks every oneThemuleous said:Raindows would be ideal, I love the yellow they give. In a 300lt you could have loads 60-70 if not more!
Common Australian rainbows (the yellow ones) found in the shops include Gertrude that ed has, threadfin Iriatherina werneri and forktail Pseudomugil furcatus
I was about to say that if you've got soft water (out of the tap? you lucky thing!) then you might be best sticking to one of the Pseudomugil species as most of those tolerate acidic conditions better from what I've read and in my experience of them, but looking on the Rainbowfish website they list a number of Melanotaeniaas as coming from acidic to neutral conditions. They don't list the natural conditions for the Dwarf Neon though (typically!).hixy said:Does anybody know where i can buy Melanotaenia praecox from i am in the midlands near stourbridge and also it says that they like water which is slightly hard as my water is very soft would this make a difference