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Pleco's

Discussion in 'Plecos' started by Oranda/RanchuLV, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. Oranda/RanchuLV

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    Hello,
    Can a Blue Phantom Pleco be paired with a Bristle Nose Pleco? I have read yes, but would like to hear some opinions.
    They will be in a quarantine tank and these guys are super little. Once they have passed their 30 day quarantine they will join my fancy tails (Oranda, Ranchu, Lionhead) which are in a 75 gal.
    Thanks for any info. If anyone has anything else to add about these guys I would LOVE to hear about it.
    The Blue Phantom is on hold and gets picked up tomorrow.
     
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    Temp range for goldfish is a bit low for a blue phantom, and they come from soft/acidic water conditions. They also like good water flow, not something goldfish are suited for.
     

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