|12-10-2012 02:02 AM|
Have to second the above - you can definitely hand 6 with no problem.
A dozen males would be perfect, honest. Especially if they're the only fish you're going to have in the tank.
|12-09-2012 10:36 PM|
^^^What he said
Don't trust PetSmart for pure Endlers. Generally.
|12-09-2012 09:06 AM|
its very obvious the sex of adults - and when you have the eye for the first indications I think at like 2-3 weeks you can see if the fry is gonna turn male or not.
that 6 gallon tank could take a lot of endlers - they are hardy fish and are small... I have a lot in my tank - probably like 12 adults and a lot of fry in my 5gallon - I know that is a lot, I am about to sell some to some local club members however I change water usually 3 or even 4 times a week and they all appear healthy and happy to explore the tank interacting with each other
|12-09-2012 06:53 AM|
all of them are really colorful/rainbow looking. none are brown-beige.
|12-09-2012 03:36 AM|
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|12-09-2012 12:28 AM|
You could probably put 12 endless (males only) in there. Just remember that if you put any females in, you'll have more than you could ever bargain for.
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|12-09-2012 12:22 AM|
|WestHaven||I think 6 Endlers will be fine.|
|12-08-2012 11:51 PM|
I don't think 6'd be too many, but here's a tool that might help you:
Beautiful set-up, by the way!
|12-08-2012 08:00 PM|
How many Endlers for a 6G tank?
I just added 3 red flame endlers to my 6G GLA rimless tank. It is a low-tech tank. I will be ordering some anubias petite to add to the tank. I also added in about 10 RCS from my 55G.
My question is, I have another 3 endlers. Do you think 6 endlers is too much for a 6G tank?
I am waiting for the fissidens moss to grow on the left for my shrimp. The micro swords were just added a month ago.. hoping those grow a little more. Now to buy some anubias petite to add in and possibly some other small plants.
Here's a pic of my tank today after adding in the RCS and endlers: