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Old 12-28-2014, 01:36 PM   #11
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Beautiful tank. I agree, the Rainbows would be a great colorful and hardy fish. Mine love current. On fact the all come swimming when I am adding water and put them selves under the stream. It's quite cute.


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Yes that crawfish has made a mess out of the bottom of my tank, but once he gets things to his liking, he stays to himself. Right now I'm trying to decide what fish I should slowly get. I really want the neon tetras and the rainbows also look good. I've heard mix reviews about how hardy the neons are, but I always find myself watching them in the pet store. In the end I want fish that can handle my mistakes and not go belly up. I will take a look at the hatchetfish too. Thanks

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Old 12-28-2014, 03:23 PM   #13
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Yes that crawfish has made a mess out of the bottom of my tank, but once he gets things to his liking, he stays to himself. Right now I'm trying to decide what fish I should slowly get. I really want the neon tetras and the rainbows also look good. I've heard mix reviews about how hardy the neons are, but I always find myself watching them in the pet store. In the end I want fish that can handle my mistakes and not go belly up. I will take a look at the hatchetfish too. Thanks

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How about Cardinal Tetras? A bit bigger than neons, but hardier and look almost the same.


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Cardinal Tetras would be a great idea, if I can find them. I've been looking at fish online all day, and it's so much information. This forum has been incredibly helpful. I can't wait to see that first fish swimming around in there. Any ideas are welcomed, and greatly appreciated.

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