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Old 09-29-2011, 09:09 PM   #21
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Nice!! Clown loach? How bigs your tank?
No, clown pleco. Him and my bn are in a 40 gal and they are doing great so far
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Hmm cool!! Ok well i think im goin with a bn unless i can be convinced otherwise..i dont think a rubberlip would fit
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I've also heard rubberlips hide a ton and aren't to active
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Thats not good. I have tons of spots
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If by spots you mean green spot algae, then there isn't a fish or member of CUC that can help...you'd need to adjust something...
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Nono haha spots to hide in..
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Oh ok my bad...but just had to mention it
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Oh ya i gottcha hope i can find a male bristlenose somewhere...are they territorial?
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I havent noticed any...but they sure can move landscape if it's not firmly in place...those bad boys got some muscle
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Do they uproot plants and stuff? I have big rocks so im not worried bout that
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