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Old 10-18-2011, 10:39 AM   #1
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I've added 2 newbies,a pitbull pleco(just a wee lil man but does work) & a tiger loach..both are really cool.
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You are aware clown loaches do better in groups?
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You are aware clown loaches do better in groups?
And they need a big tank.
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From my research there is a definite difference in in a the clown and the tiger...also with growth rate of the tiger it would be quite some time before my fish will reach maturity...so for now in my setup he will do fine..thanks for the input...
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From my research there is a definite difference in in a the clown and the tiger...also with growth rate of the tiger it would be quite some time before my fish will reach maturity...so for now in my setup he will do fine..thanks for the input...
I read clown loach lol not tiger my bad!
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I do appreciate your advice as you've been helpful before...
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Old 10-19-2011, 09:11 AM   #7
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Pitbull plecos an loaches like to be in groups I would get a couple more of each so they have friends.
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Haha I read clown to lol
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