Great video! How would these guys do with Angels? I have a couple larger Angels(about 4" to 5") in a 55 gallon. I have Harlequin Raspboras in with them but the Angels have eaten some of them, taking them from 20 down to 12. I didn't think they would eat them but I was wrong. I would really like a schooling fish in the tank but don't want to sacrifice any more fish. Thanks and I really enjoy your channel!!
Have a question about Them, I have 6 in a 45gal tank, But 1 seems to keep chasing the other 5 and neon's, But if i take him out for say 10 seconds when i put him back in, They go back to swimming together. However after say 5 mins he goes back to chasing them again. Why is he doing this? Altogether we have 6 silver tip tets and 2 neons and a small bala shark, All the other fish end up hiding behind the plants and rocks. Water temp ect all good.
I have something for you ! I have been into fish for a while I mean a while I have a 55gallon tank with African cichlids living with 12 blood fins & 12zebra Daniels &12 scissor tail Rasbora's &12silver tips &5platys & 2ballon Molly's &1sordtail 4upside down catfish 2 Pecos & last 1albiono Shark 1 rainbow &1redtail & They're all fine it's been 3 months now Any words ?.
Hey Cory, when you do these species highlights I'd love to see info on their natural range, as well as (if you have them available or can find them) perhaps even video or photos of some of their home territory. It'd give a huge leg up on creating the perfect environment for any given species, and perhaps even the inspiration for the first person who successfully breeds a species. you telling me I can't only makes me want to try! :p Keep it up man, you're super cool. 🙂
I've got a school of 20 on my 60 gallon tank, just wondering few keeps chasing others more than the others, I think those are males that are very active and keeps chasing each other is that normal or did I possibly bought too many males, really didn't ask the LFS to sex them when I got them
hi you said they were hard to breed? ive recently bought 6 of these wee fellas from my LFS 2 males 4 females, somehow theyre breeding but i havent even tried to meet the reuirements, seems they breed exactly like my guppies do
I subscribed because i was watching your other vids titled top 5 aquarium schooling fish. You mentioned every fish then i searched for the detailed facts about each fish that you've given then on another vid it was you again hahaha.
I've seen mixed opinions on if they are a peaceful community fish. Do you think if I kept like 15 or more in a 45 gallon that amount would disperse their aggression enough to coexist nicely with a 8-9 neon green rasbora's? I just don't want one aggressive male terrorizing smaller fish or his own kind.
Just picked up a 75gal. This tank is being setup specifically for a spotted Congo puffer. Im going to get a small school of 12-15 Corys and a few Otto cats. Would a group of these make good tankmates for the puffer in your opinion?
I have a 10 gallon tank and I've thinking of getting a male Betta fish with a school of 6 to 8 silvertip tetras. Could they live in the same tank and be peaceful or would they be aggressive toward eachother in a tank of that size?