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 Re: My Tropical Tank

hes cute dose he have a name ?

are they good community fish ?

i had a sucking loach befor an he was always aftermy cat fish would this one be better in my tank do you think ?

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 Re: My Tropical Tank

We call him Pbpb or Pleccy boy, I have found out out since he came home that they are better in groups so I may get a few more to keep him company

They are excellent in a community tank, temp range between 20-26 degrees C. The only thing I would say is that they do not grow very big. I've read some condraditicing info about this but basically between 5 and 10cm at the most. So If you have any fish in your tank that could eat smaller fish they may not be the best. They like lots of hidding spaces and a stongly planted tank.

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