Originally Posted by jcarlilesiu
You should have enough room in the tank for a couple more tetras, but that will probably be close to filling you up bio-load wise.
Keep in mind that the more maintanence you do on a tank the more bio-load you can carry.
Thanks! We do pretty religious maintenance on the tank - regular water changes and vacuuming, testing, filter media changes at recommended intervals, etc. The tank is in my son's room, so
A) I want him to be able to enjoy the fish without curd floating in the water and funking up the ornaments and plants
B) I don't want him to wake up to a tank full of dead fish because of my negligence!
Might toss a few more bleeding hearts in there and call it good for now. I'm sure the one we have would appreciate the company.
10 Gallon Acrylic AquaTank X Tank
- Gravel substrate, fake plants, AquaClear 30 filter
20 Gallon tank
- Gravel substrate, fake plants, Fluval 4 filter. 1 Dwarf Gourami, 2 Ram Cichlids, 2 Peppered Corys
29 Gallon tank - TBA