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Old 08-14-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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identifying fish

Sorry if this is in the wrong forum guys, was just wondering if anyone can tell me what this fi (when I remember how to add a pic) sh is and if its peaceful.
I have a black and white striped one too, they came with the tank.
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Old 08-14-2012, 03:12 PM   #3
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That, my friend, is a Pagio Kuhlii (Kuhli Loach). Peaceful as can be. That is unless it's tank mates are snails or algae wafers
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Thank you! We never see them normally but I've moved their hiding place to clean under it.
Even though its been put back in same place, this ones going nuts! Are they ok with just 2 of them?
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They are very social and like to be in groups. I generally keep 3 as a minimum.

They're nocturnal. Most likely you won't see them at all. I almost never saw mine. Cool little creatures though.
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+1 on the loaches I just recently got some and I never see one of them!! My black one is out a lot though
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:46 PM   #7
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He's gone back to his hidey hole now I've done water change lol. Might get another once water back to where it should be. As lovely as the fish in the tank are, I'll never by another 'mature' tank again.
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