11-19-2012, 09:33 AM
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Originally Posted by stephanieleah
I've always heard that only one pleco should be kept in a tank at a time. I have a 75g and want to combine it with my 30g, but I have a bristlenose in each. On aqadvisor, two pleco in a tank seemed okay.
Any experience in this area?
So long as both have ample place for each to rest at,some bog wood ,or driftwood, Caves,etc, then 75 gal should be able to support two Bristlenose.
Adult's of this species, sometimes squabble for resting area's, food's,and may be a bit rough if two males, so providing places for each is needed.
I have found that in tank's smaller than 30 gal,,that one Pleco is better.