Same here!InSinUAsian said:I personally dont car for mixed tanks. I more like the uniformity and cohesiveness of a single species tank.
Raptor said:If ya ask me though. I would get 3 cariba's a ternetzi and a piraya. That will set your tank off nicely.
A mixed tank is always a badass!! But for me.. theres no excitment if your mixed tank consists of an individual Pygo from each of the species. A shoal of different PYGO mix.. now thats something for someone to bragg about!!!I personally dont car for mixed tanks. I more like the uniformity and cohesiveness of a single species tank.
Dude your tank looks killer! I like that. I think I need to do a little more research before I decide though.LarryMoeCurly said:I'd say each has it's advantages. In a single species tank you can enjoy seeing how the fish act in shoal/group. In a mixed tank each species tend to stay seperate from each other. The main advantage is seeing ALL 4 species in one tank and being able to see how each is different from one another.
I enjoy the mixed tank, here are some PICS of my mixed tank so you can see what YOU might like.