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I have some pics posted on my profile if you'd like to take a look. There is a nice one of my loach with my frog lolButterfly said:Welcome to FishLore fishluver
Good information offered above.
Speaking from personal experience Clown Loaches are wonderful intelligent fish. They live a very long time and get very large. They need to be in groups as they are social fish and yes they do quite a bit of socializing with their best buds in the clown loach group as well as their humans. Long tanks are best as they like to make mad dashes down and around the tank.
I would recommend 75 gallon minimum for three juveniles and then a larger tank on down the road.
We really like pictures around here so pics of your tank when you can would be appreciated
They are small right now, so I guess I'll deal with it when they get larger! I had no clue they get so large.Meenu said:You have 3 clown loaches in a 46 gallon tank? With all those other fish?
With sufficient space, temp, food and water changes they grow very fast the first year them slow down to about 1/2 to 1 inch a year.Meenu said:I think I read somewhere that within a year, they get 6 inches. I am not sure about this though.