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|Favorite Bottom Feeder|
|The Mutant Goldfish|
The parameters for what qualifies as your "favorite bottom feeder" is all up to you. Write down (linking is optional) on here what your favorite specie is. With that in mind: what's your favorite bottom feeder? Mine (so far) is the Peppered Cory.
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|Posted 10-Oct-2008 01:40|
well right now my fav bottem feeder is a L 264 pleco or a TSN catfish.
|Posted 10-Oct-2008 10:35|
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|Posted 10-Oct-2008 13:37|
My two Synodontis eupterus which are also the biggest fish I have ever owned.
|Posted 10-Oct-2008 18:20|
I really like my Otos, but I wouldn't call 'em bottom feeders! They're most often on the plants or taking a ride in the bubbles from the air stone. Lotsa fun to watch when the group up like a scouting party searching for food. They also chase my Danios.
Saint Paul, Minnesota USA 20g Freshwater Started June 10th 2008
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|Posted 10-Oct-2008 21:23|
|Posted 13-Oct-2008 10:32|
I have a Albino Leopard Pleco. Very cool
|Posted 14-Oct-2008 01:26|
Clown loaches are my fav. My clown loaches are a regular riot sometimes. Besides the antics they keep the tank clean of snails and I even harvest snails from my planted tank for them thus keeping the population controlled. Over the years I have tried the ottos and plecos and some cats but loaches have been my favorite because of the personality and longevity.
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|Posted 14-Oct-2008 06:15|
taken at least 9 months ago, he is now 6.5", and still eats algae! probably because he has lots of mbuna to put him in his place. its a golden chinese algae eater if you didn't know
oh and i love common plecos. i had one last year but for some reason it died, i think it got its tail bitten off by an angry silver perch. i went to buy another one the other day, but $45 for a 2" common pleco?! even by australian standards thats expensive!
woot woot woot woot woot woot
|Posted 14-Oct-2008 12:23|
Polka-dot Botias and my Senegal Bichir
|Posted 14-Oct-2008 18:02|
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