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    @ es31710 - Thank you for the suggestion. I will definitely research the Bulldog Pleco further.

    However, I do have several questions concerning this specific Pleco. 1) I read a lot of articles stating that schooling fish need to be kept in schools of no less than 6 specimens, but the consensus among hobbiest appears to be no less than 10 specimens of a schooling species. Is that the case concerning the Bulldog Pleco? 2) Would I have enough space in my aquarium for a combined total of 50-54 bottom dwellers?

    -Robert P. Lewis
    6x2x2 180 gallon stocking plan: 4 African Butterfly Cichlid, 6 Albino Cory, 24 Black Phantom Tetra,
    8 Congo Tetra

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    The bulldog pleco I would not say is a shoaling fish per say but they really should be kept in groups of 3 or more; in that tank I would say 6 so they do not feel out of sorts. I would say that is pushing it I would take away something.
    10 Gallon Nano Tank

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottishFish
    So in a 6 foot tank you'd have 6 species? abit conservative IMO
    I totally would though. And depending on what species, I will just enjoy having probably 20-30+ of each specie.
    Da name's Paul. Not Dave. ROFL

    Learn to give and take. That's how things should always work.

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