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Old 03-28-2009, 08:45 PM   #21
 
Ok cool then i'll give it another week and hopefully all will be balanced by this upcoming saturday which will be the next time i'll have a ride to petsmart any-hoo. What do you all reccomend to get first? The pair of rams or the pair of oto's? I have quite a handful of brown algae on the back of my tank and some up front, as well as what looks like a good thick layer of it on some of my decor.
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Ok cool then i'll give it another week and hopefully all will be balanced by this upcoming saturday which will be the next time i'll have a ride to petsmart any-hoo. What do you all reccomend to get first? The pair of rams or the pair of oto's? I have quite a handful of brown algae on the back of my tank and some up front, as well as what looks like a good thick layer of it on some of my decor.
The otos first (you have some algae to start them on), the rams second because they are sensitive and the more mature the tank the less chance of loss with fish like rams.
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