75 gallon setup

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rrcoolj2 replied the topic: Re:75 gallon setup

yeah I had a chinese algea eater in my first tank. The first 3-6 inches it ate alge and kept my tank algea free. Then at around 7 or 8 inches he began eating fish food alot of it. He out competed my two corys. I had to feed them spretly. He got so fat he literally exploded leaving a fat fleshy carcass. I'm looking for something in the bristlenose pleco range.
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delboybully replied the topic: Re:75 gallon setup

Severums get to about a foot long, not as bulky or messy as an oscar tho. I would ether have an oscar and a severum or an oscar and some of the smaller fish mentioned

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madmax666 replied the topic: Re:75 gallon setup

my tank is smaller than this (55gallon us). I have been searching for a fish to clean up a little bit of the huge mess the chiclids make. I saw that people say that pictus cats can grow to ONE FOOT LONG and clown loaches not far behind at TEN INCHES LONG!
i have in that tank
one oscar-I had two when i was asking if my tank was ovestocked but the black one didnt make it. All my equipment is fine. It is the fish stores tank that is haveing problems. I hate to say this but i have had 3 black oscars die but the albino tiger stayed alive!
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