Would These Work In A 14 Gallon Biocube?

Discussion in 'Aquarium Stocking Questions' started by iamclaire, Apr 15, 2017.

  1. iamclaireValued MemberMember

    8 Endler Guppies
    8 Habrosus Cory Cats
    1 Clown Pleco
    Just something I was thinking about.
     
  2. Al913Fishlore VIPMember

    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
     
  3. iamclaireValued MemberMember

    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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  4. Al913Fishlore VIPMember

    Yeah. definitely too small for the corys!
     
  5. aquatickeeperFishlore VIPMember

    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.
     
  6. iamclaireValued MemberMember

    Thats kind of what i was thinking but i wasnt totally sure
     
  7. Redshark1Well Known MemberMember

    I'd do a Red Whiptail instead of the pleco. Small on movement and small on waste as they don't need veggies or wood.
     
  8. iamclaireValued MemberMember

    Thank you for the suggestion! I might try that!
     
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