Suggestion on mid-dweller softwater fish that can tolerate "decent" flow?
Hi all, it's been a while
So finally i've set up my 170x50x60 tank with fast moving - blackwater style.
The tank has a huge piece of wood and thick sand bottom with plants mainly attached to the wood. Flow rate is something like 2500-3000l/hr
The tank is meant for some pleco but Im not adding any pleco yet until the tank and vegetation mature.
So far Im having 10 bronze cory and Im planning to get some more kind of cory. However, the mid level of the tank is really empty now and Im not sure neon or rummy nose can tolerate this kind of flow....
The parameter is: Temp 27C gH and kH is 1-3degree (Pretty soft water)
Any suggestion is welcome! I don't like something too big though
Re: Suggestion on mid-dweller softwater fish that can tolerate "decent" flow?
nathangoudie wrote: Honestly they are not very appealing to me and they are not easily available in my country.
In their defence, mine have "grown" on me and I now feel they're understated. Their tails are blood red, their fin colouring/patterning really stands out, and their eyes are good for making eye contact with (a feature I favour). The females in particular were very entertaining but that may have been unique to them, and it was particularly eventful when the males set off en masse in hot pursuit of a female, although I now just have males left. However, if they're not easily available, then perhaps Fishlady's alternative option might appeal to you better and be more widely available.