jay said:All lovely, just the true rummy shoal brilliantly.
If you go for rummies, then make sure you get the true Rummynose tetra.
Long torpedo shape with a hint of green to the body.
You can get mimic rummynose's which are exactly the same in colouration, but they are smaller and a more rounded face.
Kind of like a cartoon sketch of a true rummynose
All lovely, just the true rummy shoal brilliantly.
Garuf said:Denesoni barbs maybe?
Thomas McMillan said:Dwarf Cichlids like Rams
Thomas McMillan said:Ooh, a Bristlenose, that's different. I've always wanted to keep them in a planted tank - how do you find it with your plants?
I think Cardinals would suit the scape, even though they are so generic and boring. Go for something different!
beeky said:Bristlenose's in a planted tank are a bit of a pain IMO. They basically get too big
saintly said:beeky said:Bristlenose's in a planted tank are a bit of a pain IMO. They basically get too big
taken on board, but ive never had a problem with them. don't see it half the time. there not monstrous in size. 11cm max i think. theyve never up rooted anything even un-established plants.
JAmesM said:Blind man to Mark, come in Mark... I don't see it! Over.