Would These Work In A 14 Gallon Biocube?

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What are the dimensions?

The clown pleco needs a 20 gallon, also I believe they are big on wood chewing so you should have driftwood. Plecos are generally recommended for 20 gallon+ since they are huge on waste. Depending on th length of the tank you may or may not be able to do the corys
 
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Ah, thank you. That helps because I wasn't sure how the clown pleca waste would compare to another Pleco's waste output. For instance, a bulldog pleco.

Got plenty of drift wood. No problem on that

What about a mystery snail? I understand they are heavy on the waste output, but how do they compare against a dwarf pleco?

The inside dimensions of the functional aquarium space come out to 13″H x 12″ D x 14.25″ W.
 

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Agreed with above, it's too small for the clown pleco and cory cat.

You can add some shrimp or some snails if you want.
 
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That's kind of what I was thinking but I wasn't totally sure
 
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Thank you for the suggestion! I might try that!
 

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