And for anyone who may be wondering, or who may think to comment, the reason I only have 2 guppies and 1 ghost shrimp is because the others died, and I have yet to restock. c:
I figured it was time. X3I just discovered your new journal!
I'm so sorry that Grievous is declining. He's such a pretty fish. But he's not out of the fight yet, and I know he's in good hands with you.
I love the look of sand substrate, and I feel like it's easier to keep clean. I just have to remember to stir it up a bit now and then... something about anaerobic bacteria that can harm fish, I think? I know there's a reason. :lol:
He really did. He kept his spirits high until the end.So sorry to hear about Grievous, the little guy fought it until the end.
That's what I'm thinking, too. c: I decided that I'm going to go this route. It'll be nice to give my zippy babies more room, and to add more. I love neon tetras. <3 And I'll be able to get more guppies now, too. :-DOoh, I like that idea! That would be so much room for your lovely little community. I've read neon tetras do really well in 20 gallon tanks since they are such active little fish.
I love this idea! Lots of guppies!So I had an idea...
I'm now thinking about turning the 20 gallon into a larger community tank (and adding the stook from my current community to it), and redividing the 10 gallon for Mace and Carth. I'd keep Caedus where he is, which would keep me from buying another betta (unless I add one to the community...lol). I'm leaning more towards this idea. C:
I love guppies. They're such vibrant little fish -- full of personality!Guppies! :-D
Seems like a lot of us have hopped on the guppy train lately, LOL
Yes! I'm going to try keeping all males (I currently have 2 - lost one before I moved, and just haven't restocked) because I can't handle fry right now, nor would I just leave nature to it, so to speak... :shock:I love this idea! Lots of guppies!