Oh yea I have 2 small Plecos too. Nothing in my routine has changed. I feed twice a day, frozen brine shrimp or frozen blood worms, I do 30 to 40% water changes 2 times a week, no new plants or fish have been added, ...
If you end up with enough room for some tank mates to keep your Oscar(s) company, be very wary of small Catfish and s.
They were told he was a small pleco, but he is well over 8" now. Well, we were both scared to death of the ugly bugger and while she is cleaning her tank...whose water was pretty murky. Her hand bumps the pleco. He freaks out! ...
8 Neon Tetras, 2 Gold Tetras, 1 Black Mystery Snail, 1 Gold Snail, 2 s (about 2" long), 1 Medium Pleco (about 6" long), 2 Dalmatian Mollies, 4 Swordtails (1 black, 2 orange and 1 black & yellow), 4 Serpae Tetras (black & orange), ...
Probs with algae:
Throw the scraper away an get a couple of small plecos. They're fun, hardy, and adore algae.
To me they are a damn nuisance, and have no place in a tropical fish tank, but the fish love them if you crunch them up.
Catfish Tank - Corydoras Catfish, Four Lined Pictus Catfish, stomus Catfish, Pimelodella Catfish, Porthole Catfish, Rafles Catfish, Upside Down Catfish, Talking Catfish, Synodontis Catfish.
Normally, this would be a dangerous time for the little kribs, but since the only other tank inhabitants besides their parents are two small plecos (a bristlenose and a rubbernose), i'm not worried that they're going to get eaten.
29 Gallon Tank - Planted
1 pair small/dwarf/docile cichlids - I'm thinking South American (SA) (max 3-4")
1 school of one kind of small tetra (10-12, max size 2")
1 bristlenose pleco or OR 1 small school cories (6, max 2") ...
I have a mastacembelus liberiensis in a 75 gallon tank with electric blue jack dempsey, salvini, and a firemouth. I was looking to get a bulldog pleco or a small pleco but can't find a solid answer on their compatibility with mastacembelus.
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