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Old 05-08-2013, 10:42 PM   #1
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Id on pleco

Hey was just wondering what you think my pleco might be I just want a second opinion as I got sold them as bristle nose plecos they are about an inch long
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Old 05-08-2013, 10:45 PM   #2
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Yup...seems fine to me, the old busy nose.
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Thanks do u know how long it takes for them to grow to there full size?
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I had one that grew to about 4" in about a year. Now I have an albino for over a year, and its only 3"
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Aw okay so really just depends on the fish from what I have read a lot of people have albino ones that grow slow
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I couldn't tell from the pictures, do you have driftwood?
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Oh I don't have an albino and yea I have drift wood in my tank
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Good, they need it, usually they will spend most of the day on it. Then come out lurking around in the night like the caped crusader.
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Old 05-09-2013, 01:31 AM   #9
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Haha they are axing to watch move looking at them they look like slow swimmers but they move bloody fast
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Haha they are axing to watch move looking at them they look like slow swimmers but they move bloody fast
Yeah. They're little so-an-sos to try and catch!
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Old 05-09-2013, 05:22 AM   #11
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The guy who I bought mine off had them in a 10 gallon like the mum the dad and all the babies he had 2 lots of fry in there he caught them fairly easy but yea I'd have a hell of a time with a 20 gal
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The guy who I bought mine off had them in a 10 gallon like the mum the dad and all the babies he had 2 lots of fry in there he caught them fairly easy but yea I'd have a hell of a time with a 20 gal
Omg. I hope he had only just put them all in that tiny tank!
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I think that's there full time tank :/
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