Originally Posted by siva
Well the reason I say that is they have a big bio-load (much waste) and I think it kind of seems like a shame to take up that much of your bio-load capacity with a pleco...maybe it's just my personal preference. I just would never want to keep any pleco in a tank of that size. In my 29 gal
my biggest fish is a slender 3.5" so a fatty 4" big waste producer in a 20 just doesn't sound right...Homedog what do you think?
The dwarf plecos like the clown, bristlenose, and rubberlip have a much smaller bioload then the commons. I'd still suggest a bigger tank though, so the pleco will have more swimming/sucking room, and the angels will to boot!