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Old 01-31-2012, 02:21 PM   #1
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Hi can anyone answer my question , I have recently had to put my bristle nose catfish in there own tank cos as a breeding pair the babies kept geetin eaten by the other fish so I put them in there own tank , but I wondered if neons would be okay with them as the tank looks empty as the bristle nose like to hide in their cave but I don't want the neons to eat the baby's

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It would of course depend on your tank size. If they are breeding regularly, I personally wouldn't add anything else to the bio-load of the tank. I always kept my breeding tanks as just that, breeding tanks and never added anything else.
My personal thoughts on fish is they will always eat whatever they can fit in their mouths. lol

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