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Is it worth getting a plecko?

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Is it worth getting a plecko?

Post  Fishbreeder09 on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 17:16

I Think that's what they are called, im doing 50litre water changes everyday but i cant always get all the waste from the tank and i have a little Brown algae problem.. is it worth getting a plecko or will it attack the angels fin?


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Re: Is it worth getting a plecko?

Post  Grummie2 on Mon 30 Jul 2012, 20:35

Plecs are very useful for cleaning up uneaten food and removing algae. They've never been a real problem with angels for me but sometimes you'll see a rasp mark (rare though). I always have bristlenoses in my fry tanks, it's the best way to keep the tanks spotless.


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