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Old 04-22-2017, 07:12 PM   #1
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Hello all! It's been a while since I have signed on but my tank has been doing very well. The Oscar and Acara are co-existing well (mostly cause the acara hides) and so is the Plecostomus. The plecostomus is so messy though I am thinking about selling him off and maybe added a few silver dollars. What's everyone's thoughts on this as car as bio load? I'm keeping my trates at about 10ppm right now with 2 weekly water changes.
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Hello all! It's been a while since I have signed on but my tank has been doing very well. The Oscar and Acara are co-existing well (mostly cause the acara hides) and so is the Plecostomus. The plecostomus is so messy though I am thinking about selling him off and maybe added a few silver dollars. What's everyone's thoughts on this as car as bio load? I'm keeping my trates at about 10ppm right now with 2 weekly water changes.
Silver dollars can reach 6" or more and need a group of at least 6 to thrive. Maybe someone else can chime in on something else to keep with an oscar that won't eventually become dinner or overstock your tank. Nice tank!
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