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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-20-2020, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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Advice on 20g tank process for my friend

20g high

Topfin 20 filter with DIY system inside (woth biomedia) and sponge on intake.


Airstone at night
High light 10h daily
Heater at 78F


Fish:
9 blue neon
4 panda fish
3 emerald cory fish


Plants: Anacharis, rotala, ludwigias, hygrophila, spatiphyllum, 2 more idk the name
Fertilizer: pictures - well dosage


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-21-2020, 07:58 AM
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Well...what do they want advice on? Aside from the fact that they also have platies in the tank.

So many fish/plants/inverts to keep, not enough aquaria.
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Well...what do they want advice on? Aside from the fact that they also have platies in the tank.
Where are the platies?

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Picture 3 and 5. Unless those are the "panda fish" that you're talking about? (Panda can mean a lot of things, panda corydoras, panda garra, panda goldfish...)

So many fish/plants/inverts to keep, not enough aquaria.
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Picture 3 and 5. Unless those are the "panda fish" that you're talking about? (Panda can mean a lot of things, panda corydoras, panda garra, panda goldfish...)
Panda moly fish lol, no worries. They are all fish from the central america and sputh america regions
Btw, in the pictures, they dont look like gold fish hahahahahaha, a new species maybe hahahahaha

I was looking for any type of advice that someone could spot in the tank, like, i know the filter need to be changed for something stronger and the size "high" is not appropriate for cory fish.


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Update, assassin snail required lol

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