Can you have more than one algae eater in a tank?

Add no more than 3 algae eaters at a time to make sure the filter can handle all the new action in the neighborhood. The chemical balance in your aquarium will change with every new fish you introduce, so check the tank's pH, ammonia, nitrite and nitrate levels regularly.

Can you put two algae eaters in the same tank?

"No" to Multiple Plecos Together

They can be highly territorial around each other. Therefore, it can be extremely dangerous ever to house them together.

Can algae eaters live together?

Although Chinese algae eaters can be docile enough to be kept in a community tank when they're adolescents, they become much more aggressive as they age. This obviously means that they shouldn't be kept in community tanks, but this might actually be an advantage for some fish-keeper

Do algae eaters need to be in groups?

They're active and social creatures that will do well in both large groups , and when kept alone. At feeding time they're easy and will eat anything put in their tank. Since they're peaceful, these fish are ideal for beginners to add to their community aquariu

Can two Chinese algae eaters live together?

So in addition to not liking fish their own size, they also don't like fish from their own species. They may even take other Chinese algae eaters as a potential threat. If housed together, they will likely fight. This means that they should be the only bottom-dwellers in your tank

Do algae eaters get along?

These algae-eating fish are very peaceful. They get along well with other non-aggressive fish species , as they'll spend most of their time preventing algae from taking over the tank.

Do algae eaters need to be in groups?

They're active and social creatures that will do well in both large groups , and when kept alone. At feeding time they're easy and will eat anything put in their tank. Since they're peaceful, these fish are ideal for beginners to add to their community aquarium.

What can algae eaters live with?

Compatible With: Swordtails, angelfish, corydoras catfish, platies, and bigger tetras . Extra Information: Whilst mollies are not generally thought as of an 'algae-eating fish' they will eat algae from rocks and plants.

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