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Old 07-04-2022, 04:46 PM   #1
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10 gallons breeding tank

Hi, I would like to have your opinion about my project: A 10 gallons tank to breed endler, cherry shrimp and some kind of snail. (With a lot of plant, like Java moss or guppy grass) Is a ten gallons tank too small for this? Do endler eat a lot of baby shrimp? Thank you! (and excuse my english, I am francophone, I hope it’s understandable…)

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Am I understanding correctly you want to try and breed all 3 species in the same tank?

I honestly don’t think that’s going to turn out too well for you. I’m thinking wayyy too small of a tank even for breeding just mystery/apple snails (one of the types that you can readily breed in freshwater), as they can have 100+ babies in one clutch. That’ll be a full tank real fast without anything else breeding in there
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