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  1. #1

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    Default Bottom dwellers that would do good with eco complete.


    0 Not allowed!
    I'm getting ready to set up a new 29 gallon (well i think, i just bought one but might want to take it back and go with a 30 gallon)

    I Think im going to use eco complete. Wondering what bottom dwellers would do best with it.
    Thanks

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    3 Not allowed!
    I have Eco complete and have tons of corys, dojo loaches and kuhli loaches with it. I also have amano shrimp and multiple plecos. I don't see an issue with anything and Eco complete. I love the stuff and use it in all of my planted tanks now and in the future.

    If you have the room go for a 40B, Petco still has the $1/gallon sale, which doesn't include 30 gallon tanks but does include the 40B.
    Two 5.5g- Shrimp tanks; 1st with Bloody Mary and Rose shrimp and 2nd with Blue Dream shrimp
    Two-55 gallon tubs, 1st w/ 1BN pleco male, 3 clown pleco, gouramis, kuhli and female betta; 2nd w/female BN pleco, albino, panda and pgymy corys, and male betta.
    One tub with 90% plants and one Diva-pea puffer.

    75g-now the TUB tanks:
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    75g-Goldfish Tank


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    0 Not allowed!
    I also have cories on Eco complete and have had plecos in the past. I agree that the 40 breeder would be a great choice if you have room over the 29g.

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    1 Not allowed!
    Thanks for the replies. I ended up taking the 29 gallon back. I know i would have regretted not getting at leat 30 gallon or 40. I don't like how the 29 gallon is taller vs longer. I ended up getting a free 10 gallon. It will keep me happy for awhile and shouldn't really spend the money to go all out on a larger tank right now. I don't do things half way. I would have to do live plants (I couldn't talk myself into doing fake plants)and that would get pretty pricey for a large tank. I know there's cheaper options than eco complete but i perfer it.
    Someday I'll get a big tank hopefully. :(
    I just tell myself the longer I end up waiting the bigger I'll go.

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