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Title: Congo Tetras ready to be moved
Post by: pokey6 on August 06, 2017, 01:55:36 PM
Hi All

In the beginning of July I rescued 2 congo tetras and I am almost ready to move them into a permanent tank. Out of my 5 tanks I have ruled out 3, because 2 are high traffic area and these guys seem to be a little skittish,. The other is full of Rosy barbs. Real active and I think a bit nippy.
With the 2 I think would be a good fit, I am not 100% sure with the other fish I have in them, so I am asking opinions.

50 gallon,5 sided corner tank with 6 Long finned black skirt tetras and 1 full grown male BN Pleco. My concern is the space.

Other tank is an 80 gallon with 6 Roselines, 5 yoyo's , 6 checked barbs, full grown pleco ( 8 inches) and 1 1/2 yr old BN Pleco. Not to much concern with this tank other than the checkered barbs. The Roselines are a little skittish as well but its in a low traffic area.

Any Opinions?

Thanks


Title: Re: Congo Tetras ready to be moved
Post by: russ on August 06, 2017, 03:48:52 PM
I think your 80 gal would work OK.


Title: Re: Congo Tetras ready to be moved
Post by: pokey6 on August 07, 2017, 04:58:40 PM
Thanks Russ. I was hoping for that tank!