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I have a tank with two bolivian rams and a school of 5 colombian tetras. Is there a top dwelling tetra that might work with what I have. The only one I know is the hatchet... any suggestions? Thanks,
|Posted 05-Aug-2012 04:36|
Penguin tetras also stick to the surface. Like hatchets, they are excellent jumpers.
|Posted 05-Aug-2012 12:01|
Will penguins be too active for my fish? My fish now are kind of rowdy but I am wondering if penguins will be too rowdy?
|Posted 05-Aug-2012 15:52|
|Posted 05-Aug-2012 16:13|
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Also marble hatchets are an interesting choice and quite peacefull.
But before anything else, we should know what size tank do you have in order ro make suggestions since you must consider your tank's stocking capacity
All the best,
Leaning towards the better side of life
|Posted 06-Aug-2012 01:52|
I have a 29 gallon tank with two bolivian rams and 5 columbian tetras...so I don't have much room. I want only 3 more top dwelling fish. I have had hatchet fish before but I didn't know what else there might be that would work with my fish. They are peaceful but a bit fiesty. Thanks for all your suggestions
|Posted 13-Aug-2012 03:54|
Penguin tetras are peaceful but fast-moving, so they might outcompete slow-moving fish for food, but that's about it. You'd probably want at least 5 of them though.
|Posted 13-Aug-2012 10:34|
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