Maybe ditch the giant danios and get a nice school of rasborras or tetras. Most single "centerpeice" fish I can think of are going to be predatory.
dunno. my leopard danios are a little aggressive and chase my red glowfish all the time. I don't know if giants would be as well. But they may harass small tetras and danios and have the size to do damage.Blacksunshine--
Do I have to ditch the danios to get the rasboras? They aren't particularly predatory fish, are they? And will rasboras be safe from my eel friend, who is currently only eating brine shrimp/bloodworms but may someday grow large enough to find smaller shrimp tasty.
Aren't discus sort of "special needs" fish? Perhaps I should have put "not complicated to take care of" as one of my requirements for my centerpiece fish (singular or plural, I really was thinking of more than one fish, but that's hard to convey at times)
yeah most the stores around here carry them. I know that Blue serria in Issaquah usually has them for around 5.99 eaOooh, those are awesome! They just went to the top of my list. Are they easily acquired?