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This has always been my least favorite tank, but I got shot down on making it a reef tank by the wife. It's in the gym room. The shrimp tanks are in the bedroom and theyre a work in progress and I'm waiting for the 75g and 46g to fill in as they are display tanks in the living / dining area.
Yesterday I did a rescape and I'm really liking it now.
29g tall
dirt substrate
2 penguin 200's but I'm going to replace one with a canister
Light is a 2*18w T5NO and a 20w T8
I'd like to do a pair of mated Apisto Cacatouides (sp?) triple reds
Right now there are 7 Neons and 10 Serpae Tetra's
Should I get rid of them or will they be OK? Anything else I could add that would be fun? I added 2 Amano's several weeks ago, but haven't seen either in quite some time.
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I was able to raise some A. agassizi in a tank with cardinal tetras and Rasbora espei. It was a much larger tank, though, and heavily planted. The biggest problem I had was feeding the fry because the cardinals and rasboras got most of the food. I ended up feeding the cardinals at the far end of the tank away from where the fry were and used a long bit of rigid tubing to feed the fry. Worked OK.

Oh, and the fish were dither fish.

FWIW,

Mike
 
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