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  1. Default Chinese Catfish Finally Finds The "Good Side" Of The Tank!


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    There's always the one spot in the tank that has the abundance of algae as compared to the sparse almost non existent spores throughout. My Chinese Catfish is new to the tank. He's been here a week and every day I watch him siphon the sides of the tank with next to nothing to feed on. This afternoon he finally finds the good side. Thank you! I was waiting for somebody to clean that up

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    That's a chinese algae eater? aka http://www.seriouslyfish.com/species...lus-aymonieri/ ? If that's in your 10 gallon... well.... would not have been my choice.

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    WoW... thanks for the feedback. I had no idea when I bought him how big he would get nor that he could become quite aggressive at his full grown size. Fortunately, I have a plan in the works to set up a 39 or 55 and use the ten as a breeder and nursery. My Dojo loach will easily be 10 inches and I feed them quite a lot (bloodworms and brine shrimp along with flakes).

    and thanks for the correction on breed. He is new and I forgot that he is a chinese algae eater. His coloring is much like a brown calico cat. I was thinking catfish.

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    WoW... thanks for the feedback. I had no idea when I bought him how big he would get nor that he could become quite aggressive at his full grown size. Fortunately, I have a plan in the works to set up a 39 or 55 and use the ten as a breeder and nursery. My Dojo loach will easily be 10 inches and I feed them quite a lot (bloodworms and brine shrimp along with flakes).

    and thanks for the correction on breed. He is new and I forgot that he is a chinese algae eater. His coloring is much like a brown calico cat. I was thinking catfish.

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    WoW... thanks for the feedback. I had no idea when I bought him how big he would get nor that he could become quite aggressive at his full grown size. Fortunately, I have a plan in the works to set up a 39 or 55 and use the ten as a breeder and nursery. My Dojo loach will easily be 10 inches and I feed them quite a lot (bloodworms and brine shrimp along with flakes).

    and thanks for the correction on breed. He is new and I forgot that he is a chinese algae eater. His coloring is much like a brown calico cat. I was thinking catfish.

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    Well, I always hate to bring bad news like this. Identifying fish like these can be a bit tricky though, could be another species entirely.

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