12-01-2011, 04:02 AM
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Originally Posted by 1077
Yes , their diet's are similar to that which cory's enjoy.
They are also very much like cory's in that they should be kept in group's, for they are social fish who do poorly as singleton's over the long haul.
Loaches also are very active, and need at least four foot long tank's with plenty of water movement in my view/expieriences with these fish.
They also appreciate decor such as smooth riverstones,driftwood,and caves which to explore rest near.
If you have room,, then I would get the loach some company in the form of other's of it's kind.
Yeah he did once have company, but Ted died, all we have left is Bill. (Bill and Ted? :D)
They are extremely rare to find in our area now, Bill is about 3 years old. And for about a year now I have been searching trying to find a group, I refuse to buy online, but I check every aquarium shop I pass to find some.