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[AGA-Member] Re: Algae eaters -- discus-in' the better ones

I am very fond of my albino bristlenose plecos in the discus tank. They mind their own business, never bother the discus, and I suppose they keep it all clean, it is perfectly clean and I never even wipe the tank. I have two in the barebottom 105 gallon with 22 juveniles and they seem to be very healthy on whatever it is they eat. The discus only get NLS Growth and beefheart. The bristlenoses either exist on algae or leftovers.

Ann V

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Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 21:11:52 EST
From: Nickeydundee@aol.com
Subject: [AGA-Member] Algae eaters
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Hello All,
Question about algae eaters in a discus tank. I have found out the
meaning of attack Otto's. They love the coats of discus they did however eat a
lot of algae. What else is out there that will eat up some algae?? Thank you


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