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Photo Caption: Sushi, my pleco. This was the first time I'd given him an algae wafer, and I wanted to see how quickly he'd eat it. For the first hour he hardly touched it, just sat on top of it so the other fish couldn't get it! He eventually started eating it a bit, which is how it got broken up.
freshwater fish - glyptoperichthys gibbiceps - sailfin pleco (l-83) stocking in 20 gallons tank - Sushi, my pleco. This was the first time I'd given him an algae wafer, and I wanted to see how quickly he'd eat it. For the first hour he hardly touched it, just sat on top of it so the other fish couldn't get it! He eventually started eating it a bit, which is how it got broken up.
freshwater fish - paracheirodon innesi - neon tetra jumbo stocking in 20 gallons tank - The only neon that would sit still for a picture =p
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 20g Whisper 40 Power Filter 1 Pleco 12 Neon Tetra Various Living Plants

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 24x16x12 Equipment: 40g Whisper Filter Heater 1 Pleco 12 Neon Tetra Various Living Plants
Advice: Research!!
Fish Kept: 1 Pleco 12 Neon Tetra
Corals/Plants: I'm not sure, if anyone has any idea, let me know!
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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