Well there seems to be a lot of talk about rams on here, and I don't blame people they are very beautiful fish. I have a planted 29 gal
High aquarium which houses:
- 1 angelfish
- 1 dwarf gourami
- 7 rummy nose tetra
- 4 khulie loaches
I have been using a site aqua adviser to help me get a general idea of how my tank is in terms of "stocking fish" and so far I think it has been very helpful but I would like some more advise on the matter.
I have been looking at 3 types of rams which are available in my arena The German blue ram, Gold ram, and Bolivian ram. I think they are just amazing fish and would love to put them in my tank. When I bought the tank the fish I really wanted where German Blue Rams, but I added a few fish which were not originally in my plan and i'm worried that it may not be a great idea. I really want least one but I think they look so much better with a friend. I have no intent of breeding them but should it happen do you think they would be too aggressive to my other fish and kill them ? I have never had rams before, only convicts.
the tank is pretty peaceful right now, My angel is still very small, and spends a lot of her time in the middle of the tank, my gourami he is normally chasing his reflection in the glass and swims at all levels, my 7 rummy nose mostly swim in the middle chasing each other around and have very bright red noses, and well my khulie loaches just hide most of the time. I personally think they would be ok in there there are plenty of hiding spots which my fish never use besides the khulie loaches, i'm just worried about the aggression should they decide to make a nest and breed. the rams, if I get them, would probably be the last addition to the tank other then a nitrate snail. the only other thing I want to put in the tank are Harlequin rosaboras but I think that might be too much.