If he owns blue cancer, he may have learned that not only will the olive fish work in a fish tank with cancer. Finding your blue cancer tank companions is not that difficult, but you need to know what type of "friends" your blue friend will be.
Bottom Feeders and Slow Fish
Bottom feeders and slow fish do not make good blue crab tankers. As you probably know, crabs love all kinds of fish. This means both live fish and dead fish. So, if we put a slow-moving fish into the tank or fish at the bottom of the tank, the chance of such fish is pretty good.
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As it turns out, there are fish that can be loaded with blue crab into a fish tank and survive. Well, the fish have a much better chance of survival. Of course, this type of fish is exactly the opposite of the fish mentioned above.
Fish with blue crabs can swim fish quickly and / or swim to the top of the tank. For example, there is a red tail shark in the ten gallon tank. Fast float and works well with cancer.
I also have a chariot. Hatchet fish work in crabs because they swim at the top of the aquarium. This is, of course, a big blue cancer tank companion. Two other fish that you should consider are rosy red minnows and rainbow darter;
Just do your research now. There are plenty of beautiful fish that can live with blue cancer. However, I only expect you to wake up one day or get home from work, and one of my favorite little heaps is missing … And you will know exactly who is to blame.
Other cancers can make a good blue cancer canister. You just have to make sure the same species.
Cancers may be territorial in nature. So it is a very good idea to have a "hidden" or ornate in each container. It can be as simple as a piece of PVC pipe or a shop that purchased ornament.
Personally, artificial "hides" that work great for the logs. Crabs are a place for excavation. – It will be especially important if the cancers are hauled and hidden.
When the cancers become mucous, they will be soft. – And unfortunately, when this happens, it can become the target of other cancers in the tank
Source by Elvis Jackson Jr.