I do not know much about plecostomus, but while browsing I came across a zebra pleco and fell in love with it
I was looking through a guide and it says that they get about 3 inches long (did I read wrong?) but need at least a 30 gallon tank.
I thought that was odd--
I would think that a 10 gallon would be fine, though I do now know much about their habits.
I have a 20 gallon tank that I am re-doing
I was going to get a plakat male betta and 6 cory catfish for it, but now I am considering a zebra pleco as well
I was also going to get driftwood for the tank because of the tannis and because pelcos like it right?
There would also be fake plants, pea gravel-y substrate and aeration that should make a nice current for it, though not bother the betta. .
I would also make hiding places in rockwork.
Would this be a suitable habitat for a zebra pleco? I noticed that my bristle-nosed pleco would chase my peppered cory cats around in my 55 gallon, so would a zebra pleco bother the cory cats? Would a school of khuli loach be more suitable?