Doesn't the gt just see them as food??? And therefor chase them more often???blairo1 said:I keep 4 Phenacogrammus (Micralestes) interruptus and 6 Trigonostigma heteromorpha with my wet pet GT (45UK gal). Both work just fine although the Trigonostigma are something that you might lose a few of every once in a while....
If I didn't have the Trigonostigma in there I'd probably just go with 6-8 Phenacogrammus (Micralestes) interruptus.
Thanks for the help, ill try the danio's ther nice looking fish and i don't know anywhere round here that stocks any of the other species mentioned.BigJagLover said:Giant danios or Some type of rainbow would work great. About 6-10 should make a great school of either. I've personally had giant danio in with lots of big cichlids such as red terrors, Midas, flowerhorns, chocholote cichlid, and oscars just to name a few.
Is it necessary to feed the smaller fish or will they be ok on the ample scraps that the green terrors create when eating their own food?BigJagLover said:I say 6-8 would be max. Just watch how much you feed them al for the first few weeks. This should allow you to build up the bactria in the filter system.