RE: [Freshwater Aquariums] Re: Filtration question
I advise you to re-consider the stock. Tyretrack eel will get big enough to
eat the guppies and Khuli loaches. If you want an eel, try for a Peacock
spiny eel. It's the same family as tyre track but remains smaller (30-40cm).
Fancy guppies, though are very good looking, but can become an easy target
of fin nipping. Either by Parrots, eels, loaches etc. or even by themselves.
I have had a group of fancy males turn aggressively gay and they themselves
tore the tails of each other. This improved when I had more females then the
>From: das_dingo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: 18 April 2004 10:36
>Subject: [Freshwater Aquariums] Re: Filtration question
>I just put in the first of our fish. Because it's a family tank
>(not strictly my own) we are going community. We have 3 Cory Cats,
>2 Kissing fish and a fancy Guppy. They look like they are so small
>in the 15o gal tank. We are going to get things like a tire track
>eel, a parrot fish, a royal pleco, silver dollar, clown loaches,
>khuli loaches, clown loaches. The great thing about a large tank is
>the amount of fish you can put in there.
>--- In email@example.com, "astonoyu"
>> Eheim, That is an exelent filter you have there!
>> What kind of fish you want to put in your tank?
>> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, das_dingo
>> <no_reply@y...> wrote:
>> > I have a 150 Gallon Freshwater tank. I just recently set it up
>> > (within the last week). I purchased 3 Eheim Professional II
>> > 2028 filters with it. I thought I'd run 2 in the tank and keep
>> > other aside to cycle in as I change the filter pads, etc... any
>> > advice/comments. Thanks in advance!
>> > Dingo
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