Thanks! And I got the pictures up!
Also, update. The others seem to be doing great. The gourami hasnt eaten much. Its like when I put food in, the 2 guppies come swimming up to get the food, but she just kind of goes off and doesnt care. I saw her eat one pellet 2 days ago. She seems fine though, I think shes just a bit shy and isnt brave enough to join in with the crazy guppies.
They love the bubbles! They constantly swim through it and the huge mystery snail loves it too.
I think I'm going to get a bunch of small shrimp to go in the tank at some point. Probably ghost shrimp since they are easy to get and cheap.
Also, for my birthday i'm thinking about getting myself a few endlers. aqadvisor says I can get 3-4 without overstocking, and its conservative so I think ill be okay. Im good with keeping up on water changes.
My only issues, Like i said, this is my first non betta tank. With bettas, they are single fish, so no need for quarantine. In order to quarantine the endlers for a few weeks, could I just use a sterlite bin to keep them in for a couple weeks? I wouldn't add any gravel or anything, maybe a couple plants for them to rest in. No filter so I would be doing daily changes. The bins are very cheap, so I could get a nice sized one, definitely over 5gals. I also dont have a spare heater, but since my room stays very warm, they should be okay right? Before I got heaters for my bettas their tanks were always 76-77. I have tons of heating equipment in my room thats on all the time (For my hedgehog and lizard) so no matter what my room is always uncomfortably hot. So for a couple weeks, they should be okay right? Ill definitely get a heater, if I really need it for that short time, but I keep the tank the endlers will go in at 77-78, so if they are at 76 for a couple weeks it wont be a huge change, you know?
Sorry, I never had to quarantine before xD