01-14-2013, 03:50 PM
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LOL, 7 dead. . . *giggle* I can see how someone could take that wrong ;)
With loaches. . . and as I said above, I'm more familiar with the eel-like loaches - I have quite a few of those at the moment, and they really do need to be kept over a sand bed, as gravel can damage their barbels and soft underbellies. By nature, they root around for food in every nook and cranny, and many of them dig and burrow. Again, different type of loaches, but JDM does bring up a valid point about playing in the sand. Have you read much into the ideal substrate for the type of loaches you're keeping? If not, you may want to - the rules might be the same for both types :) Gorgeous creatures, btw - do you know their scientific name? Common names get so confusing. . .