04-17-2012, 06:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Olympia
Thanks, I like the look of both species, and they are suitable in my water! I'll have to look next time I go to the store, can't order online.
Would the whiptail be fine on it's own or do they like company? It says they are very peaceful on Seriously Fish, they won't eat my tylo snails right? Also, what's a surefire way to identify them? I don't want to come home with something that'll grow huge.
Whiptail would be fine on it's own and is harmelss .
Am not aware of any of them that get over seven inches.
Print off a photo of the fish before you go shopping if you like, but elongated snout and body make this fish pretty easily indentified.