Oh well, I guess I'll just find out the trial and error way. If I decide to get some D. Hysginon
Ive had mine together for almost a year. A trio of scarlets and a trio of hysginons. Theyre pretty territorial but as long as its well planted and you have plenty of broken lines if sight then you should be fine. No interbreeding, they dont even display at each other. Almost seems as if the two trios are in thier iwn little worlds. And as far as the myanmars or black tigers are concerned....if you find them id gadly import some with you, i believe theyre on the endangered non-import list tho.
Here are a fewJust curious as to how many types of darios are there? It's weird cause I found out about these little guys no more than a couple weeks ago, was lucky enough to buy 4 this past weekend and now am seeing more and more threads about these awesome little guys.
WOW!!! I really like the look of those two fishes! I looked up some photos of gilbertii and the blue is amazing. Also saw a video on youtube of evergladei and now I want some of both. Where did you get yours from?Btw....have you looked into any ellassoma soecies with your scarlets? Ive been housing ellassoma gilbertii and evergladei with my darios for some time. Interesting thing is that they look identical to the dario species...i.e fins the same, in the same location on thier body, as well as having the same behaviour. Being a somewhat local fish(sunfish species) its kinda neat to be able to house an american fish with an import, plus thier blue colorations work really well with the scarlets.