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the dojo loaches would probably work. I've had them before in my normal freshwater tanks and they'll adjust just fine to the higher temps. I wouldn't go dumping them in with my discus and its 86 degree water but it would do fine in most normal setups. They are interesting little guys and you get that eel-like look with out the eel-like disapearance of little fish in the tank. Mine used to atleast hold a snail population in check which in reality is about the best you can hope for once snails have gotten established in a tank.
Since I bought my dwarf puffers I wish I actually had a stable population of snails available for them. However the only snails in any of my tanks is a small group of malaysian trumpet snails in my big tank and there isnt enough of them to ensure a readily available source of snails for the old puffos to snack on from time to time.
well dont get a betta to try to get rid of snails because they have no problem with smails. i have a 1 inch diameter gold mystery snail that i got since my betta tank is kinda of green algae-e (its in direct sunlight) and the betta likes to swim past and brush its fins on him to spook him. the snails name is herbert 8)
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