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Old 09-18-2020, 07:11 PM   #1
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Beautiful 10 Gallon Vivarium Set Up!

I just recently set up this vivararium and it turn out better than expected! 😁 Any fish or schooling fish recommendation?

Equipment set Up:
JC&P RGB Clip on light and full spectrum light with built in timer and full color control
CO2 at 1 bubble per second
Hang on Filter

Plant List:
lucky bamboo
dwarf sag
ludwigia mini super red
Tradescantia zebrina
Alternanthera reineckii mini 5 pieces
Rotala mexicana goias
potho
Lobelia Cardinalis Dwarf
Limnophila aromatica mini
Limnophila rugosa
Ludwigia Arcuata
rotala rotundifolia
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Old 09-18-2020, 08:12 PM   #2
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So pretty! It really is beautiful.

As for small schooling fish....

I still love neons even though some say they are overdone. I also adore glowlight tetras.

Next on my list to buy, when I have the money and space, are Green Kubotai Rasboras. Harlequin rasboras are always striking in a school, too.

I also love the blue-eyed red neon dwarf rainbowfish, but they tend to be very expensive (The prices are all over the map, too--I've seen prices ranging from $6.00 to $50 per fish!). I also have read that they are not very long-lived.
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So pretty! It really is beautiful.

As for small schooling fish....

I still love neons even though some say they are overdone. I also adore glowlight tetras.

Next on my list to buy, when I have the money and space, are Green Kubotai Rasboras. Harlequin rasboras are always striking in a school, too.

I also love the blue-eyed red neon dwarf rainbowfish, but they tend to be very expensive (The prices are all over the map, too--I've seen prices ranging from $6.00 to $50 per fish!). I also have read that they are not very long-lived.
yea our local fish store selling cardinal tetra at 4.5 a piece during the covid time. its cheaper to get it from a forum nowadays

Harlequin rasboras this is a rly good one! thanks!
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Beautiful tank!
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Old 10-03-2020, 09:04 PM   #5
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Beautiful tank!
thanks! Actually I got some guppie and then 3 of this red fish. will those red fish eat my shrimps? the red fish keep looking inside the bush for food or sth. I dont know why I never see the male try to mate with the female guppy. did the fish seller do sth to the guppy? I keep the water 0.75" below the top of the tank and none of the fish have try to jump out now.
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