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I know TFM's cage calculator says four to a 15 gallon, but I was wondering if, say, six would be too many. I have two pairs of girls together and two single girls. So would they likely be comfortable in a 15 gallon or do I need to find other arrangements?
How many Guppies do you think could go into a 5.5 gallon? Aqadvisor says even 1 is overstocking, but other forums people have told me I would be fine with up to 4 as long as I did water changes often. They would all be males to avoid any more guppies
Currently planting 140. As I progress in lighting I set up a 30 gallon planted under the 140. I'll do starters in the 30 and eventually plant the 140. Current stock in 140 is 2 adult African Leaf fish, 10 inch Sengal Polypterus, 3 small Pictus Cats, 1
I got one! 240 acrylic w/ overflow and lights/ballasts. Now i have to clean it and fix up the stand/hood. Jeez, it makes my 120 look so little...