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  1. Default Sand or Gravel for Kuhli Loaches


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    The title pretty much says it all. For Kuhli Loaches, is sand or gravel better?
    Thanks,
    Buddytrooper
    10 Gallon Tank: Currently empty

    If you don't go with the times you are gone with the times...

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    Sand would allow them to forage in a natural fashion, as well as bury themselves.

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    Okay, thanks again! :)
    10 Gallon Tank: Currently empty

    If you don't go with the times you are gone with the times...

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    I would say sand from my experience with them, hope this helps.

  5. #5

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    I have smooth pebbles and a sandy "river" in my tank. They don't seem to favour the sand and love to dive into the pebble-bed and disappear completely. Rough gravel obviously would not permit this, however I used to keep them on gravel (the same individuals I still have) for over a year and they were always healthy.
    50g planted: 8x guppy/endler hybrids, 8x black neons, 8x kuhli loaches, 3x otos, 4x pygmy corys, 4x panda corys, 4x neons, Assassin snails + cherry & Amano shrimp

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    Short answer sand!
    55 gallon, 22 Cardinal Tetras, 11 Celestial Pearl Danios, 5 Sterbai Corydoras, 5 Gold Honey Gourami, 1 Albino Bristlenose Pleco

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