90 Gallon Tank 90 Gallon Bottom Dweller

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If you want hysterical behaviour Bronze Corydoras (or any Cory tbh)....they will keep you entertained all day....and night too if given the chance
 

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What else is in your tank?
I’m a loachaholic so I would do a group of one of the Botias.
I have Queen loaches (Botia dario) in my 75 but love the Golden zebra loach (Botia Histrionica) and Angelicus loach (Botia kubotai)
 

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3 or 4 dojo loaches if you're tank is kept very cool. They are funny, peaceful and can be very friendly with their owners. Mine eat from my hand and quite happily lie on my hand if I put it in the tank. If your tank is too warm for dojos then kuhlI loaches are also pretty cool.
 
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The only bottom dwellers I have at the moment are 8 kuhlI loaches, which seem to be having a great time now they e been moved into a 90 from a 30. And 2 plecos.
 
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I like the look of yoyo loaches and zebra loaches.
If I was to get a single larger bottom dweller what would I be looking at, would a synodontis be too big, what else is there?
 
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Would a school of 6 synodontis petricola be okay as they only get to around 5 inches?
 

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