03-12-2011, 03:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Andarial
My GSP is still 1.5 inches and is getting a new home but I can see how the others would cause a problem ._. I am probably getting rid of my pleco and getting a small bristlenose albino soon, because she is just getting to big T.T though I love her my rainbows are around full grown at 3-4 inches and my guppies all clock in at 1- 1.5 inches but first I need aquarium salt before I get rid of my pleco because the tank is infected with Ich
I would not use salt with a pleco in the tank, not at the level mneeded to combat ich. One of the preparations would be best, I have managed to cure a very bad case of ich with Coppersafe, and with very delicate fish in the tank I lost nothing. Much preferable.
I agree, the common pleco will attain more than a foot (if it has sufficient space to grow healthily). BN remain smaller, around 4 inches. Check our profile for info on the Bristlenose.
Rainbows are shoaling fish, and should be in a group of 5-6. Check their profile too, the info for the three we have listed so far applies in this matter.