advice wanted on the most suitable ray for beginner, i know they are all still delicate and need alot of time but i do know there are some out there that are more hardy then others. please let me know if you are a ray owner as need good advice :welcome:
Apologies for the lack of "under-construction" photos.
This is pretty much the centre piece for my community Reptile Zoo, and certainly a good place to waste a lot of time.
2 pond sumps supproted by a wooden frame, with a brushwood screen and some painted up Ply to disguise it all. Filter...
hi there selling theese two due to change in circumstances lovley pair get on nice have co habited for the past year and half with no prob's,
tea cup stingray
6 inch disc
she is very livley and a stunning specimen,
Tire track eel 13 inches...
hi there just a quick question can i keep a tire track eel with 2 smaller fire eels with plenty of hiding places and my tea cup stingray, and a bala shark and 2 pleco's and 2 angel's.
and would like to get an oscar but will it attack my stingray?
im after a freshwater sting ray. i know they are very rare but its worth a go. species and price via pm is fine or here. teacup rays would be first choice but let me know whats you have. i do know of 3 in a shop local to me but would prefer private as shops make enough.
thanks in advance
Fluval 2 ft fish tank with black hood. With cabinet and the following accessories
Stingray 15 filter + Brand new replacement filter sponges (still in packet!)
Air pump with air stone
Tub of fish food
Plec (algae) wafers
Bottle of prime...