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Old 08-26-2013, 10:54 PM   #11
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Trying to do it from the app. Not sure if this will work.

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Old 08-26-2013, 11:02 PM   #12
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That's a bristlenose, you should be fine with him for 6-8 months, since he's still a juvenile. My 6 month old is already 3.5 inches, so that's a good basis of how big yours will get before needing to get rehomed to your buddies tank.
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Excellent news! He was only $4 and thought he'd be a great little algae helper. I plan to move him when he's too big. I may get attached to him and just buy a bigger tank though. Lol
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:20 PM   #14
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Excellent news! He was only $4 and thought he'd be a great little algae helper. I plan to move him when he's too big. I may get attached to him and just buy a bigger tank though. Lol
Excellent they're personable little guys with an aggressive attitude while they're young, so you might see him lash out at your other fish. Just be wary of that.
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:23 PM   #15
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Thanks for your help Surfer!
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:27 PM   #16
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No problem at all, I'm a breeder so if you have any other pleco questions let me know, I'd be happy to help wilks
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Old 08-26-2013, 11:32 PM   #17
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Ya surfer is the pleco master. I love my bn pleco. Chases my fish all the time. And my fish are mean little buggers
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I think since you already seem to be attached to your little pleco buddy & seem to want to keep the little guy, & since you did say that you really are loving aquarium keeping & want to continue, how about making the nano your little boy's aquarium & you invest in a 30 or 35 gal. For yourself ? Then you could keep your pleco & have oodles of fun researching & choosing new fish to keep your pleco company & give yourself a wonderful gift too. I am 51 years old & been keeping aquariums on my own since I was 10. There is so much fun & so many interesting things to aquarium kerping. Like decor, Landscaping, breeding, filtration, sand vs gravel, choosing the cool fish you want. Wait, you'll see, you to will end up with more than one tank. Just like I did when I really caught fish fever. Lol. I now have a 35 gal. Tall, a 55gal., & a 125 gal. And as soon as my husband & I build our new house next year, we are adding a new 300 gal. I cant wait! You might as well wrap your mind around it, your hooked just like the rest of us, lol. Let me know how it all works out for you & baby. Love & best fishes, The Discus Queen.
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I think since you already seem to be attached to your little pleco buddy & seem to want to keep the little guy, & since you did say that you really are loving aquarium keeping & want to continue, how about making the nano your little boy's aquarium & you invest in a 30 or 35 gal. For yourself ? Then you could keep your pleco & have oodles of fun researching & choosing new fish to keep your pleco company & give yourself a wonderful gift too. I am 51 years old & been keeping aquariums on my own since I was 10. There is so much fun & so many interesting things to aquarium kerping. Like decor, Landscaping, breeding, filtration, sand vs gravel, choosing the cool fish you want. Wait, you'll see, you to will end up with more than one tank. Just like I did when I really caught fish fever. Lol. I now have a 35 gal. Tall, a 55gal., & a 125 gal. And as soon as my husband & I build our new house next year, we are adding a new 300 gal. I cant wait! You might as well wrap your mind around it, your hooked just like the rest of us, lol. Let me know how it all works out for you & baby. Love & best fishes, The Discus Queen.
X2 i have only been keeping fish for ~2 years. Im 15 and have 55g,55g, 20g tall, and 150g. When i move out and get my own house i will be getting MORE tanks XD.
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