I am looking to stock my congo biotope soon, (125ltrs planned total stocking is 2-3 synodontis Nigriventris, 5-7 Barbus fasciolatus, single pair of Pelvicachromis taeniatus), I would like a pair of Kribensis. Is it best to by a single male&female or a group?
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guadagnare su internet con azioni binarie Your tank is already filling up nicely and it seems that your chosen fish will be happy in a tank of neutral Ph, moderate to low hardness and a temperature of 24°C. Your fish do not seem overly aggressive choices either but do be sure to include a lot of natural décor to break up lines of sight when your territorial fish become just that when they start spawning. I would suggest a large piece of redmoor root which normally has a lot of nooks and crannies for hiding in.www xe currency charts
apprendista binario Since you already have a pair of Pelvicachromis taeniatus, I would suggest you only got a pair of Kribensis as these fish can be particularly territorial, especially when breeding. A 125 litre tank doesn’t have enough space to keep these fish apart when they start cordoning-off their own territories. You may even be better off keeping only the Striped Kribensis for best long term results.برنامج كتابه الصور
video guadagnare 560 opzioni binarie Maybe you could complement your existing fish with some tetra species which would pose less of a threat whilst still adding some colour to your tank. Small shoaling fish are also very good for encouraging your other fish to come out of their hidey holes.opcje binarne price action