Mine breed like crazy in my freshwater tank...mrbelvedere said:I suppose olive nerites but there is some debate as to whether they can breed in freshwater. I am developing an interest in apple snails and recently purchased some Asolene spixis.....really cool. I also want some violet brigs.
My clown loaches went back to the store once I discovered they were the ones eating holes in my Amazon sword leaves. Just for fun, I guess . . .Maxlugar said:Clowns are not a very good community tank member from what I remember, though. No? I think I would catch them going after my Angels. I don't have Angels anymore so maybe I will get a few.
They don't do that if you feed them green stuff - at least my yo-yos don't.KevinC said:My clown loaches went back to the store once I discovered they were the ones eating holes in my Amazon sword leaves. Just for fun, I guess . . .
I really liked having them, but not at that cost.
You can pick them out 1 by 1 :hihi:xcooperx said:and i think clown loach will also be your problem especially if your substrate is flourite, is there any more solution for this snails? what about the product that kill snale the one in LFS