Thanks so much guys nice to hear, The water is clear as I am running a FX5 on the 200 gallon and thats it plus probably not too over stocked lol. That Aro will be this tanks main fish, with some friends lol. And the tile is new.... AND I LOVE IT. looks clean and modern. I don't think I would like it on my 220 as i keep Driftwood Cats along with 2 huge Channa, I feel a more natural look is best for those fish. Where the Black Aro and P bass seem to look nice in the tank with tile
I actually got him when I was just 17 or so. I never knew much about fish keeping. I thought my 90 gallon wAs the big boy on the scene. He grew fast to 12 inches. I also fed him mostly live food. Hahah being young and naive. I sold him after he started jumping a lot, and when I heard they need a 200 plus gallon tank.
Yeah they are really awesome . i have never owned an Aro before but very happy I chose this one. I feed mine Hikari pellets and the seldom feeder but the last month or so he has had no desire for live just pellet and bloodworms which is better for him anyhow. Mine is now pushing 9 inch I`d say, he has never jumped and my tank is a 200 gallon so he will be good in there for quite sometime yet, 60 inch by 30 wide lol What are you keeping now Diablored ?
I have just the lone aro from dreamfish now. He is in a 125. I will have to get a bigger tank for him in the next year or so. Trying to time it with my new house so I can really upgrade. I would really like a 420 gallon or bigger so I can try a community
Yeah your right tho more the better lol. I had 2 filters on when I bought my first rays. They ended up dieting because I chose Teacups as my first and they were very malnourished and and did not make it past a month. May try a better spices sometime in the future
In the video I posted above it shows how I have setup my tank and its flow to accommodate the Aro