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Old 04-13-2005, 12:03 AM   #11
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they are adorable! I want some!! Are they pretty mellow? My bn is a bully.
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You'll be happy to know that these guys will never get any bigger than 2-3 inches and are peaceful as lambs (or so I've been told). I can't imagine anything that small bullying anyone...LOL.
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Congrats. I was given 6 3/4" albino BNs a month ago, but I think that they may have been eaten by two 3" regular BN tankmates, as they all disappeared after 2 weeks.
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Old 04-13-2005, 05:14 AM   #14
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My BrianNY plecos are doing nicely and don't hurt anything.
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Old 04-13-2005, 01:01 PM   #15
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I have 2 albino plecs as well. They love romaine lettuce and seedless cucumber slices. When I first bought them, they were soo tiny that I could barely find them in my tank as well. One time I picked every decoration out of my tank looking for the one but was unable to find him. I looked in the hob filter box and there he was. He likes it in there sometimes.. maybe the strong current? Who knows, but from then on out any time I couldn't find him, i'd know to look in the filter box.
Btw, Congrads on the fish, you'll love em!
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LOL Stewie - Glad I'm not alone here. One of them decided to take up residence in Mr. Gibbiceps home under the driftwood. Well, Mr. Gibbiceps was not at all pleased with this and carefully nudged him out of his spot.

I also have a battle royal going on over the veggies and wafers amongst the snail, Mr. Gibbiceps and the new ancistrus. I now have to put the equivalent of a "vegetable garden" in the tank to keep everyone happy, but everyone seems to want the carrots. What to do...what to do...
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