Which are compatable?
Posted 20 May 2007 - 08:51 AM
If any of these fish are compatable please tell me.
Ed will answer after me so I will let him tell you.
all kidding aside he will have a better answer. I would say bluespotted and tadpoles should get along. As long as you have retreats and cover for the cats. About the only time you see them is when they come out to feed. I have a very large one in with my blue and orange spotted sunnies. No problems yet. And some of them are very very young ones. The pirate perch if full grown and the bluespotted young ones he will consider them food and WILL eat them. Mosquito fish, well if you are catcing them very small to feed to your fish I see no problem other than that I would not keep them with the non agressive bluespotted. The same with the mottled sculpin if you are going to throw a full grown one in with some very young bluespotted he will be well fed. Their mouths get very large. I mean swallow a blue gill young that is about 1.25 inches or more in length. On the stickelbacks I have no experience except to think you would need cold water. But like I said maybe there is a souther stickleback I do not know. But the back of my small brain is telling me they need cold water and may be aggressive. But that is a guess. I really think pirate perch and bluespotted would work as long as the bluespotted do not fit in its mouth and is well fed. Same goes for the madtom. and sculpin. I do not know whyu one would want to keep gambusia except for feeders but I think they would nip fins. I consider them a food fish and that is all. Surely not pretty.
Posted 20 May 2007 - 09:35 AM
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