Hello 👋 I’m relatively new to fish keeping, but my fish are like my kids and I spend a ridiculous amount of time and effort caring for them. I’d like to think I know a pretty good amount about what I’m doing at this point. Now that that’s established, I recently upgraded my 30 gallon angelfish...
I have a 10 gallon freshwater tank. I purchased it and let it sit for four days before introducing a glow light neon tetra and a powder blue dwarf gourami. The glow light neon tetra died and I bought two of the traditional neon tetras. They died within a few hours of me putting them in...
It's 20g long tank
Tank Mate: 3 DHG, 1 Nerite Snail, looking to add few Amano Shrimps
Nitrate: 15 ~20
I have 2 female and 1 male Dwarf Honey Gouramis in this tank.
There were peaceful when I got them (about 2 months ago).
Male tried to breed with one...
I've recently set up a new 125ltr fluval roma. I've got a large piece of driftwood in the middle, angled so theres hiding spaces, 2 rocks, some mossballs and a plastic Plant to break up sight lines.
I filled the Tank And treated the water i've got a filter and a heater and the water has been...
So here's the deal: I have a 35 gallon tank and a 5 gallon tank.
Each time I buy a new fish for my 35 gallon tank, at least one of them die. Most of the time my water levels were fine so I thought maybe there was a problem with the fish itself....
I won't talk much about the 5...
I've been looking all day to try and find a good site that ships from Canada. I'm looking for a south american puffer fish, dwarf dwarf Gourami and barbs. If anyone knows a good site or sites the ship from Canada please let me know.
I have a 60 gallon freshwater aquarium that Im about to set up. I was considering getting either some Pea puffers or a red eyed puffer. I've read multiple places that Dwarf Gourami can go with puffers as well as Barbs, but some also say its a bad idea. So I was wondering since my tank is larger...
I've recently brought home a Neon Blue Dwarf Gourami and I've noticed that when the lights are on, he'll be on the bottom of the tank, but soon as it's dark, up he goes to the surface. Is this normal behavior or is there something wrong?