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|12-01-2012 03:18 AM|
|StraightAddicted||You have the room for a school of oto's which would be active swimmers and dominate algea better than snails would, without them breeding like crazy.|
|11-30-2012 03:03 PM|
|Blackheart||I was just thinking a couple Nerite snails for Algae control.|
|11-30-2012 02:29 PM|
|Soothing Shrimp||Ii have cherries in my 55. They breed slower than snails in there. I think they have a hard time finding each other at the right time.|
|11-30-2012 02:16 PM|
|Blackheart||I was thinking about trying White Cloud Mountain Minnows With them|
|11-30-2012 01:19 PM|
Originally Posted by Blackheart View Post
|11-30-2012 01:36 AM|
|StraightAddicted||Just be careful on what snails you get. Some people hate them because they breed rapidly. If you going with schooling fish and you have a good size aquarium, check for different levels fish tend to swim in. Some swim at top of tank, middle, and low. With a 55g you have so many options to go with, just research and ask people with tanks you like to see what they have to offer.|
|11-30-2012 12:31 AM|
|GMYukonon24s||What kind of schooling fish are you thinking? I have shrimp in my 55 with guppies, plecos, and cories.|
|11-29-2012 10:55 PM|
|Blackheart||I'm not sure yet. I feel like the idea of a planted Cherry Shrimp, just them by themselves, is pretty nice. Maybe a couple snails, too. If I did have fish I was thinking some kind of small schooling/shoaling fish|
|11-29-2012 10:22 PM|
Yes it would not be a problem, just make sure water parameters are ideal (same with any fish). Its highly recommended to have moss and other plants in the tank, for hiding and breeding purposes.
The real question is what fish do you currently have in the tank? Or plan to have?
|11-29-2012 10:19 PM|
RCS in 56 gallon
Could you put a whole bunch of Red Cherry Shrimp in a heavily planted 56 gallon column aquarium?