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10 gallon question help

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by lil shant, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. lil shant

    lil shant New Member

    well i have had my aquarium for about a yr now and i have been able to maintain it all the tyme my water tests have become good everything looks good. so i am gonna get a 29 gallon can u tell me if its gonan be easier to maintain or not>?
  2. Used

    Used New Member

    Yes it will be easier to maintain. The water parameters will be alot more stable in a 29 gallon compared to a 10 gallon. Also if any minor mistakes are made it will effect a 29 gallon less than it would in a 10 gallon. :D
  3. OnixRevolution

    OnixRevolution New Member

    I was always told a 10 gallon is the hardest freshwater tank to maintain. Any little change is usually catastrophic. The bigger you go, it gets a little easier to maintain water level wise.
  4. Mice

    Mice New Member

    yeah i was thinking about getting a bigger tank too. I have a 10 gallon tank and i just wanna get a bigger one with more fish and a underground filter. Are they any good? But how many fish do you think i could fit in a 20 gallon tank.
  5. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    If you're planning to put the orandas in the 20 you won't be able to put in any other fish (you'll also have to get a bigger tank for the orandas). For 20 gallons your could go with tetras, guppies, paltys, swordtails, danios etc. Think 1 gallon of water per 1" of fish.
  6. OnixRevolution

    OnixRevolution New Member

    Underground filters are things from 5 years ago...Unless you have the filter head that goes with it. Without the filter head, the waste will collect on the bottom of the tank and sit, or be circulated around the tank.
  7. Trickster

    Trickster New Member

    Underground filter is a no. To but it simple, they SUK! Goldfish tend to neeed bigger tanks because of how much waste they produce, they quickly pollute the water and kill themeselves. A 20 gallon isnt as limited as you think. Theres a wide variety of dwarf cichlids, or the common stuff like the guppys and platys :roll: .

    Get a hang on the back filter, for goldfish preferabley a biowheel, but for other fish aqua clear, and get a 29 if your keeping goldfish.

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