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    Unhappy Jewel Cichlid and Spotted sailfin pleco????


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    Ive been told that matured jewel cichlids are very aggressive and can only really be kept with their own kind, will my spotted sailfin pleco be ok with them or should i move him out??

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    how big is your plec?
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    he's about 9cm ish

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    Take the pleco out then or the nipping will soon start and leave the pleco with sliced fins!
    Oh and welcome to the a.c (ENGLAND!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billythefish
    Take the pleco out then or the nipping will soon start and leave the pleco with sliced fins!
    id suggest the same thing..........sliced fins will cause you more problems
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    Thanks for the info guys - i'll move him out tonight!!

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    I've had mixed results with jewels. Sometimes they work out just fine with others, as long as each has their area. Other times they just want to kill everything in the tank. Part of the joy of keeping cichlids.

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