Bottom Feeders?

Discussion in 'Polls' started by CherryBarb123, Apr 3, 2012.

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What bottom feeders do you have?

  1. None

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. Algae eaters - Plecos, ottos, snails

    76.3%
  3. Large catfish - Pictus cats, etc

    15.3%
  4. Corydoras

    72.9%
  5. Sharks - Rainbow sharks, etc

    15.3%
  6. Loaches - Clowns, yoyos, etc

    28.8%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. C

    CherryBarb123 Valued Member Member

    Just wondering what bottom feeders people own!
     
    Last edited: Apr 3, 2012
  2. LyndaB

    LyndaB Fishlore Legend Member

    Ok, your poll asks which do we have, you ask which do we have/like........ no fairsies. I like them all but I wrote in the poll what I have currently.

    Really miss my rainbow shark, but just can't provide with appropriate environment right now. :(
     
  3. OP
    OP
    C

    CherryBarb123 Valued Member Member

    Sorry, I didn't make that clear :) It should just be what you own :)
     




  4. QQQUUUUAADDD

    QQQUUUUAADDD Well Known Member Member

    Cories! They are really adorable! :;bananasplit
     
  5. L

    Lexi03 Well Known Member Member

    You forgot shrimps! Lol.

    Bottom feeders in my tanks:
    Panda cories
    Albino cories
    Ottos
    Clown pleco
    Red cherry shrimp
    Amano shrimp
    Nerite snails

    Coming soon:
    L239
    L200
    Yo yo loach
    Clown loach
    Blue pearl shrimp
    Mystery snail
     
  6. TmacD

    TmacD Valued Member Member

    Yeah! what they said!
     
  7. A

    AlyeskaGirl Fishlore VIP Member

    125g - Pictus Cats and Albino BN

    55g - Corys, Ottos and BN
     
  8. c

    croaker Valued Member Member

    I have 6 sterbai cories 4 bn plecos 2 yoyo loaches 2 angelicus loaches 1 rainbow shark 1 striped raphael and 1 spotted raphael in various tanks
     
  9. Y

    YoungClayB Valued Member Member

    I got 5 peppered cories 3 days ago and they are GREAT! Very entertaining little fellows. My Rubber Lipped Pleco doesn't even mind them.
     
  10. OP
    OP
    C

    CherryBarb123 Valued Member Member

    Ooops! I can't believe I missed out shrimp :(
     
  11. CichlidSWAGA

    CichlidSWAGA Well Known Member Member

    i have corys and plecos!!!
     
  12. Wendy Lubianetsky

    Wendy Lubianetsky Well Known Member Member

    Did you know ottos are actually in the catfish family.... can I vote for two then.
     
  13. allaboutfish

    allaboutfish Well Known Member Member

    syno petricolas, nerite snails, pond snails, malaysian trumpet snails, green bristlenose plecos, and soon i'll have either panda corys or sterbai corys, but i havent decided.
     
  14. iRun

    iRun Valued Member Member

    Between 2 tanks, peppered corys, panda corys, shrimps. Love corys! The funny thing is that they are 'cat'fish, but no other fish acts as much like goofy underwater dogs than they do :)
     
  15. allaboutfish

    allaboutfish Well Known Member Member

    oh i have shrimp and a crayfish too!
     
  16. iRun

    iRun Valued Member Member

    Geeez, forgot my albino bn pleco.
     
  17. Akari_32

    Akari_32 Fishlore Legend Member

    Ooh, I wunna play! =D

    I've got:
    -1 Clown Pleco
    -1 Albino BN Pleco
    -4 or 5 Mystery Snails
    -Red Cherry Shrimp
    -African Dwarf Frogs
    -Cory Hasbrosus
    -Malaysian Trumpet Snails


    ....And 4 Common Goldfish, if they count LOL
     
  18. orbelina

    orbelina Valued Member Member

    Across three tanks..
    4 apple (mystery) snails
    2 sterbai corys (nutters!!)
    All my gouramis lol they clean everything including the snails!!
    8 ottocinclus
    2 kuhli loaches...:p
     
  19. ploopy

    ploopy Valued Member Member

    Nerite,malaysian trumpet snails,corys,albino bn,reg bn,kuhli loaches,and siamese algae eaters.
     
  20. c

    cnidaria New Member Member

    2 mystery snails
    10 ghost shrimp

    I plan on!!
    6 peppered corys :)
     




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