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Old 09-13-2013, 08:08 AM   #1
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clown for a 20

Can i put a clown pleco in a 20 gallon long with 1-2 bolivian rams, 1 upside down cat, 2 otocinclus, 3 albino cories.
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I would say so because they stay small, the only problem I've had was with my common pleco eating some Otto cats
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Ok would the clown eat he ottos and would he be ok in a 10 gallon fo a couple months?
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Would i be overstocked?
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Why are you getting the pleco? Is it to eat algae?
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Yea and i really like plecos.
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Clown plecos are actually very bad algae eaters, they are much more interested in eating driftwood
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Ok well i have the otos and i am going to have some driftwood in there.
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I have a clown with otos. Right, the clown doesnt do anything but hide, sometimes I find him eating the driftwood. The otos do a much better job of cleaning my tank. If you were close I would be willing to trade or sell my Clown to you. He is still around 2" big, I dont think they get much bigger.
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Would i be overstocked?
I would say no, you could get him if you wanted
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Na i live in south florida.
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What should the daily/main diet for the clowns be?
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