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Which pair of fish should be placed in Quarium first?

Discussion in 'Freshwater Newbie Forum' started by Mukesh, Sep 11, 2018.

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    I have bought an aquarium few months back and planted three aquarium plants like christmas moss. I want to put 4 more fishes in my 25 litre fish tank. Can anybody suggest which fish would be best for this size of fish tank.
     
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    I would maybe go with microrasbora and neocaridina shrimp
     
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    Just to be sure, is your tank cycled? Do you have any fish now?

    I like dwarf rasboras & shrimp too! Just don't do what I did & get cherry shrimp that are the same color as the rasboras. You will probably be much happier with some color contrast.
     
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    For plants, what are the dimensions of the tank? Is there any hardscape in there? What lighting do you currently have or are you planning to get?

    Without better knowledge, I would suggest a few simple crypts and some buce.
     
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    Celestial pearl danios and red cherry shrimp?
     
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    Honey guramie. Rummie nose. Cardinals or neons.i would avoid plecos and go for corys.
    I love shrimp but dont have much luck with them.
    Honey guramies stay small. Max sixe is around 1" and dont look like any other small fish. Makes a really nice addition to a smaller tank.
     
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    Rummies in a 25 liter? No way. Way to small a tank.

    I have celestial pearl danios, a male betta, and a skittles colony of neocaridina in my 10g, awesome combo. Betta ended up in their through an emergency but seemed to get along well with everyone so i left him.
     
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    For plants, you cannot go wrong with cryptocorynes...almost any of the smaller kinds &/or colors will work.
     
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    In aquariums size and quantity right?!. Rummies wont get much bigger then 1" in my experience. Same as cardinals!
     

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