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Old 01-10-2014, 04:30 AM   #1
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Suitable tankmates in a 10gal ftc breeder tank?

Ok, I've got a 10gal low tech planted tank and my frc's arrive tomorrow.

What else, if anything, could peacefully comingle with a breeding cherry colony?

I already have a mts outbreak in my 20long, (got them for free at lfs, I just asked) and figured I could toss a few assassin snails in the 10, and feed them the extra snails from the 20.

I'm getting cpos for the 20, don't want them in the 10.

No fish, because I want my shrimp to breed.. Any shrimp that won't eat my cherry fry, but also won't muddy up my breeding line?



Should this be a shrimp only tank





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There are a few fish that some people say are shrimp safe such as chili rasboras celestial pearl danio (cpd's) and a a few other nano fish...however one fish that is for sure compatible is Otto cats
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:24 PM   #3
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Otto cats scare me, cause I read majority are wild caught and die off adjusting to captured life.

Side note, of my shrimps, 3 are unable to stand straight. The rest look and are acting great


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