Clowns shouldn't be in the 27 gallons. It's far too small for two especially when in a few years, they will take considerable growth. Clowns can reach 12 inches and possibly more in the wild. We have one member here who has a 7 inches clown. 2 clowns are best kept in a 60-75 gallons.Steve said:Ok, at the moment in my tank I have 1 panda cory, 6 neon tetras, and 2 clown loaches, am just worried about overstocking, I want community fish, like tiger barbs and mollys and the like, nothing to big, do you think that would be ok.
Should be Botia lohachata although that scientific name is old already with Botia almorhae as the current name.tophat665 said:Botia Lochata
Yep. They are very aggressive. I used to have one and it has a tendency to chase other fish. Botia morleti is the new name though so Botia horae is no longer considered new.Another loach you may run into is the Skunk Loach (Botia horae). The stripe on their back? Not why they calle them Skunks. Very nippy and aggressive.
Somebody did remember. Sorry, had to boast, won't happen again. :wink:fish_4_all said:27.5 inches of fish and this is at their final adult size.