Butterfly said:Cut it in half long ways or across in a slice, weight it down and feed it to your plecos. go back and look at some of the pics and you will see what I mean
ok I don't know what's safe and what's not, but I just stick the veggie to the side of the tank above the water line then slide it down...it stays and the pleco will eventually find it....lolButterfly said:Actually the plant weights are specified as "aquarium safe lead" don't know what makes it aquarium safe. I do use them in my aquarium but prefer food clips.
On another subject- duck hunters can no longer use lead shot to hunt ducks because if wounded the ducks can get lead poisioning and die. The lead may go in the water, fish swallow them and make them unsuitable for consumption. They have to use steel shot now. SOOOO my point being it must be a different kind of lead- what makes it different ?
Yeah sorry I'm rambling this morning
mine did also, but I took a toothpick and just ran it all over the flesh of the cucumber, so that it wasn't smooth, and it seemed to help....Tom said:Do your plecos just eat the seeds or the whole thing? Mine eat only the seeds and some of the stuff surrounding the seeds. Is this normal?
leximommy said:mine did also, but I took a toothpick and just ran it all over the flesh of the cucumber, so that it wasn't smooth, and it seemed to help....
armadillo said:And another cucumber shot. This time two otos upside down.
And no, the shot is not upside down. The mollies were so brutal about eating the cucumber that they shifted it round and it ended up up from its veggie clip.
Yeah this was one of the first few places I posted too.Trpimp147 said:wow this is an old thread
Thanks!COBettaCouple said:That is a beautiful pleco! Can I have him?
Sabi said:Yeah this was one of the first few places I posted too.
Lol, no not him but I can get you one as they go cheap but you'l have to send one of your :;z to fetch him!