Long time lurker here. You have a great site and group here, and I've learned so much by reading the forums!
I have a well planted (Amazon sword, java ferns, java moss, water wisteria, frogbit, water spangle, and more) 29 gallon tank, stocked with 7 neon tetras, 6 rummynose...
I got this tank from my in-laws over Christmas. It was destined for the dump, so I rescued it.
I have been looking at tanks and really enjoying getting back into the hobby, so I decided that I would have a go at setting up a dirted tank. There are some amazing scapes that have been achieved...
I plan on restocking my tank with a new school of fish that will be house with 9 roselines.
I was first glued to the idea that rummynoses would make the best choice but being that I have a lighter background tank, would cardinals make a better choice?
I've heard that rummynoses...
Im starting a 17g planted tank. I plan to get some cardinal tetra, rummy nose tetra, and O-cat. What other choice do I have? I don't want a fish that will grow too large for the 17g. I think cardinal tetra get pretty big full grown. What you think?