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  1. Default Siamese Algae Eaters uprooting Micro Swords (lilaeopsis)


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    Hi!

    I recently bought a pot of micro swords from my local pet store. I untangeled the individual plants so that i could plant them one by one to have a nice, even growth. This was working well until my Siamese Algae Eaters got to see these. They immediately started pulling them up. They are not eating the plants, just vandalizing my work.

    This is starting to annoy me as I have to replant them all the time.
    What should I do? HELP!

    Sincerly,
    Ollelolle

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    1 Not allowed!
    well, that just lies in the nature of the fish.
    the most practical solution might be to cover the plants with something(wire mesh, net, etc)until
    they have taken root.

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    to the above post
    ask ?'s and change some water pair of JD's and loving it.

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