Re: [UniQuaria] please help, clowns, ph, bogwood survey!!
>and those that didnt, if those of u who have/had clowns with plants (or hadClown loaches? They never bothered my plants over the year and a half they
>clowns with plants) could answer the questions it would be great
were together. I removed my plants after I recently moved (except some
which have sprouted up through no encouragement from me :) ).
>1, what is the ph7.5
>2, do u have bogwoodIs driftwood the same? If so, yes, one piece for my bristlenose and clown
pleco. Ahhh, you must mean clown plecos :). This guy actually occasionally
munched on my amazon sword. Not too bad though.
>3, how many clowns1 clown pleco. 5 clown loaches :)
>4, size of tank40 gallons
- PH 7.4
4 clown loaches
Do not seem to be doing a lot of damage to plants, I also feed frozen blood
worms, algae wafers and shrimp pellets
Thanks for the Discus info
- Sorry, I must have missed this the first time around ... hope it's not too
Temp 75-78 F
Driftwood yes and African Bog wood too
3 Clown Loaches about 2-2.5 inches each [had them since July 2000]
37 gal [with Angels, Mollys, Tetras, and a Pl*co]
Do not seem to be doing a lot of damage to plants
They hide out most of the daytime in their cave
I feed frozen blood worms, algae wafers, flakes, and shrimp pellets.
Michelle LMD in Honolulu, HI
- Hi there...
Well, I have also noticed that my otos look "thin" so being I dont
have access to the Sera Micro food, I decided to try grinding up an
algae wafer (with my morter and pestel)to a powder.They dont appear
to be interested in the wafers when I put them in the tanks, they
just rot there till I take them out, anyway, I sprinkled some powder
in each of the tanks with little or no algae. Will this work instead
of the Sera Micro food?