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Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by SpitItOut, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. SpitItOut

    SpitItOut New Member

    What can Iput with my tiger barb? in a 10g
     
  2. Used

    Used New Member

    Tiger Barbs need to be in groups of 6 or more and need a 30 gallon tank minimum. You should take that fish back to where you got it.
     
  3. Trickster

    Trickster New Member

    Cant put much in a 10 gal at all. Mainly a school of tetras or other small fish. I recommend a goldfish. U can grow it pretty big in a 10 gal and it is cold water, and u can put more then 1 and alot of variety!
     
  4. Used

    Used New Member

    Absolutly no Goldfish in a 10 gallon. A 20 gallon tank just for one Goldfish.
     
  5. grnlemonade

    grnlemonade New Member

    i agree with used, but in all reality even a 30 would be pushing it. goldfish can get on average depending on the type 12"+ so they need a bigger tank. the fancier kinds that oinly get 8" can go in a 25-30 i belive.
     
  6. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Basically, your choices for a 10 gallon are:

    betta
    dwarf gourami
    neon, black, or glowlight tetras
    cory cats
    oto cats
    african dwarf frogs
    small shrimp
    african dwarf frogs
    dwarf cichilds (20 gal. would be better)
    shell dwellers (20 gal. would be better)
    apple snails
    kuli loach
    guppies
    mollies (20 would be better)
    platies (20 wold be better)
    swordtails (20 would be better)
    zebra danios
    african clawed frog (only a single one and even then a 20 would be better)

    That's all the possibilities I can think of (not all of those fish are compatible, btw).

    -Chelle
     

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