LFS Mentioned these to me, what are your opinions
Looking for a smaller fish that will eat algae (I don't have anything major) but I have always liked plecos etc. I will supplement with algae waffers. Had wanted pitbull pleco, but they are seeming hard to find, impossible locally. Reason I leaned that way was since they eat algae, hardier than otos, and didn't destroy wood.
I understand some eat wood, but is it going to just be a little, or will my piece of driftwood disappear quickly?
Reticulated Hillstream Loach: I like it, stays small, only concern is that I don't have a fast current... (also, do they need to school?)
Whiptail Cats: 4.7" max - anyone with experience or info on these guys?
Rhino / Clown Pleco - don't really care for both, rhino too big, and clown really doesn't eat algae
: 75g: 9 Parva Rainbow, 2 Oto, 4 Platies, 10 Sterbai, 4 Calico BN Pleco
10g: RCS, 10 B. Brigittae; 10g: 4 Fp. Spoorenbergi, 7 C. Habroseus, Orchid Endlers; 10g: 4 Fp. Spoorenbergi, Species #2 Endlers,
Plants: 75: Various Crypts, J Fern, Alternanthera Reineckii, Temple Hygro, Moneywort, R. Indica
10s: Italian Vals, Java Fern; C. Parva, C Lutea, Dwarf Hairgrass, Subwassertang; C. Wendtii D. Sag
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