How long can a algae eater live?
Can a fourteen ghost shrimp live in a one gallon tank with two dalmatian mollies and a chinese algae eater?
What if I had a six gallon tank with two small fish and about a two inch algae eater we have had the algae eater for about six weeks and there is algae everywhere you look how can i take care of this?
yes, but they algae eater needs to be bigger than the beta because betas are fin nippers and the algae eater (pleco) needs to be big enough to defend itself. There are three fish people call "algae eaters"--Siamese algae eaters, Chinese algae eaters, and plecostomus catfish. The Siamese algae eater is probably the best bet for a community tank that has a Betta in it. These don't get very big, and they're friendly to most…
Yes, she can. A tank that size could even accomidate her and an otocinclus (i'm not sure of the spelling) which is a type of algae eater. As long as the water is conditioned, water changes are done on schedule and there is adequate lighting, and there is air going into the water with or without the filtration things should be fine. You will find the algae eater a small, friendly and welcome addition. A…
Remove him from the aquarium immediately and dispose of him. Determine what caused his death: was he diseased? If so, you may have to treat your aquarium before replacing him with another algae eater. Or you can simply resign yourself to a bigger job of removing algae from your aquarium without his help.
yes (some species). depends on the bowl size, too. check with your pet store about which species would be most appropriate yes, i did it over 8 yrs ago, everyone gets along fine, all tropical with gold fish, and algae eater and i have sharks too. No problem, as long as everyone is fed no one becomes lunch.