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Old 01-07-2012, 02:59 AM   #11
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I agree with Mumma. Common pleco are unfortunately too big for a 10g in the long run. A pair of oto would work well though IMO, but not until the tank has been established for a bit.
The wood really shouldn't change the water chemistry significantly, especially not if its purchased wood.
I also agree that a stable pH is far more important than a specific number is in most cases. No worries. I like your tank. I have that croc skull in one of mine too. My fish like it a lot.

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, but thankfully they both led to fish stores.
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Hi nice to have you aboard. Come here as often as you would like to learn about this hobby. Bring your troubles, but leave the rain behind please.

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