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Downlow on Danios

Discussion in 'FreshWater Beginner Information/Questions' started by sumtnfishy, Oct 15, 2016.

  1. sumtnfishy

    sumtnfishy New Fish

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    Hello. I have been researching all the different Danios out there. Before I take the plunge (pun intended):) can you all tell me if these guys are prone to certain diseases or issues easily?
    Thank you!
     


  2. FreshyFresh

    FreshyFresh Superstar Fish

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    Sumtn' welcome!

    The danios I've had experience with are zebra danios and celetial pearl danios. Still have them both. Zebras are very hardy fish and are often used to cycle a new tank (establish a proper nitrogen cycle). I keep a group of 4-5 of them in one of my 55g tanks and enjoy them very much. In a healthy environment, the sheen/color of ZDs is amazing to me. Celestial pearls are real pretty little buggers too. I've got a group of 5-6 of them in my 29g. They're quite tiny. I've had all my danios for 3-4yrs now. I've heard that they can live a long time (proper care of course).
     
  3. sumtnfishy

    sumtnfishy New Fish

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    FreshyFresh - Thank you so much for your response. That helps me out :)
     
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