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  1. Default which catfish for 125 gallon tank with common pleco and 6 clown loaches?


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    Friday I get my 125 gallon tank delivered. I had to get it to move my 13 in. common pleco and 6 clown loaches to a bigger tank from a 55 gallon. Which catfish or more than one would you recommend for a tank this size? I don't want more cory's, because I have them in my 29 gallon and 55 gallon.

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    A single Pimelodus blochii would make a fantastic addition. Honestly tho Id concentrate more on mid-top dwelling species
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCHRKiller
    A single Pimelodus blochii would make a fantastic addition. Honestly tho Id concentrate more on mid-top dwelling species
    I agree that you need some top feeders.
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    I will add probably some Rainbowfish later, maybe Boesemani. Definitly some bigger fish than the swordtails in my 55. I want to take it easy with adding fish. First I have to cycle the tank, but I will have a set up with two 405 Fluval and can take some media out of my Fluval 305 in the 55 also move some of the bogwood from the 55 which gives it a good start with the cycle.

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    Can't find that one in my fishbook. Is it a close relative to the Pictus Cat? Is it aggressive?

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    Why do you want a catfish (or several) for the tank? The clown loaches and common pleco will certainly take care of any food on the substrate, and the clowns tend to root around for any that gets "lost" among the gravel.

    ^^^^Please click the eggs/dragons, thanks.

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    It is a "pictus" just a large one, they grow to a bit over 9". They arnt aggressive, but they will protect their space and arnt easily bullied. They will also eat any fish that will fit in their mouths.

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