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  1. #41


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    so just to make sure, if i have oto in there i can put the tank in DIRECT sunlight from one window and some sunlight from another. correct

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    Ok thanks, sorry for asking on someone elses thread, was kinda urgent.

    Back to helping the OP, @vafa, is this a 1 inch algea eater you speak of? If so, I would recommend you only get 2 if it doesn't require a school. As we all know, algea eaters still produce a little more ammonia than the average fish, but they are helpful in long-term effects. You most likely wont have to worry about algea because it starts small, and that's when they eat it. So you will have to feed them with small algea pills. If you are strong about 4, go ahead, it's your tank and I have no right to tell you what and what not to get (: Just make sure there's a cave because most love dark places.

    If these aren't 1 inch algea eaters you speak of, sorry for wasting your time.

  3. #43


    0 Not allowed!
    direct sunlight=plethora of algae problems.

    and not the kind oto's can solve.

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    Mizzou is right, your best bet is just to get a light and keep it on around 8 hours a day, someone correct me if I am wrong. The longer the light, the more algea possible, but this may not be healthy for the fish overall.

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