12-30-2007, 03:39 PM
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Bristlenose, yes. Corys, yes. Black Skirts, maybe (sometimes can be nippy, and might be small enough to be eaten depending on their size). Kuhlis - probably not - I can just imagine that one rocketing around the tank in the early morning might be seen by the ABF as a delicious, candy-striped worm. Ottos, No- too small, would probably be eaten on a midwater swim.
How's this for a tank: An ABF, a Peacock or Zig Zag eel, a Bristlenose, and 8 or so Platies (2 males, 6 females). The platies would pump out the fry to keep the ABF and Eel in live food.