i just set up a dirt 90g tank and i am looking for suggestions on what fish i should add to make it look busy. i know i want a big school of neon tetras or cardinals and another school of cory cats. all feed back would be appreciated.
If ur an experienced keeper and have money do 5 discus, 15 cardinal tetras and 4-5 sterbai corys. That would be cool
Add a school of clown loaches.
a Great White.
I cant find them anywhere. I have been looking. I was told theyre endangered or something, I stopped listening to the guy after a while. Mark my words, I WILL have a great white one day. Even if its just for awhile and I end up in jail.
But I have never had any luck with corys and a dirted planted tank. Its like they wait till everything is perfect and the water is crystal clear, then I wake in the morning to find that they dug up all my plants and I have a muddy tank.
a 90g damn thats gonna look nice but heres a stock list
15 Carinal tetra
2Juvinial Altumn angels fish (they are amazing)
15.Flame Tetra They willl look really cool if there are some tannins in ur tank or if ur tank has shadow overcast in some spots
10 corydoras of ur choice
im sure ur planting this tank up so put some Yellow shrimp and red bee shrimp
3 Siamese algae eaters
and that should be fine but u can add more fish or change the altumn angels to discus even though Altumn angels r awesome http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JaWL5DPskw a video of them
and yeah good luck post some pics and aquascape very wellw]
the way I did it with my tank is putting fish in there for the different layers of water. I have glo fish/giant danios/harlequin rasboras which swims mostly near the top and are pretty active, then there's my school of 20 cardinal tetras and 20 glowlight tetras which generally stay near the central layer of water, and on the bottom are my cory cats. I also have bettas, cherry barbs, and shrimps which go wherever they want and don't really stick to a water layer.