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New Tank Syndrome Help

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Bruce1962, Feb 24, 2005.

  1. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    You might be better off returning the chinese algae eaters. They get fairly large (6" - 8") and as adults they can be quite aggressive.

    If you returned them you would have enough room to add 2 more rosey barbs, 1 more cory, and an angel.

    -Chelle
     
  2. tski22

    tski22 New Member

    Hello Bruce, I had not seen this forum previously and would be happy to help. If you add 1 or 2 more rosies and cories that would not be adding to many bottom feeders. ALthough I would reccomend returning the CAE's (chinese algae eaters) because they can grow to be up to 8 inches, so I would return them add the rosies and cories and maybe squeeze in that angel but you would have to ask chelle for sure. Hope everything goes well Bruce!! -tl
     
  3. Bruce1962

    Bruce1962 New Member

    My tank is cycled

    Hooray! My nitrite reading this morning was ZERO. My tank has finally cycled. I'm going to see about returning the Chinese Algea Eaters and stocking a couple more Roseys and another Cory...then add the Angel Fish that Mike (my 5 year old son) wants. I'm also going to go in the direction of the HOB Filter. Thanks everyone for your help and support!

    Bruce
     
  4. Petz8888

    Petz8888 New Member

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  5. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

  6. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Congrats! Just watch for a mini cycle when you add more fish. But if you remove the CAE's at the same time you add the new fish, you probably won't even see a mini cycle.

    -Chelle
     

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