I sure hope the two gallon label before title isn't correct... OP's aquarium details say they don't know about cycle eitherDemeter said:
I think 2 gallons is too small for any fish but fry.julifhy said:I can't really see what you're talking about and I don't know much about plecos unfortunately, but a 2 gallon tank is wayyyy too small for the majority of fish. Especially plecos (and I see that the pleco isn't the only fish in the tank??). Plecos can get as big as 1-2 feet and their minimum tank size is 80 gallons. I also noticed you don't no about the nitrogen cycle. That's not good.
Welcome to Fishlore Khlta86 We will do our best to help you out.Kribensis27 said:You could also talk to mattgirl if you want a more in-depth description of the nitrogen cycle.
True, I think we’re all just freaking out because we saw a 2 gallon label and panicked.mattgirl said:Welcome to Fishlore Khlta86 We will do our best to help you out.
We all need to give Khlta86 time to answer some questions before we can help. We do need to know if we are actually talking about a pleco in a 2 gallon tank. I could be just a mis-type. What we are seeing may not even be a problem. As FishGirl38 pointed out. What we are seeing may be totally normal for an albino pleco.
Welcome to fishlore.Khlta86 said:
It is nice to feel accepted from time to timeKribensis27 said:The unfailing welcome committee. I’ve seen you on every first post since I joined!
(Which, to be fair, was very recently)