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Re: Plant Eating Tetras
Cavan <millsman7 at yahoo_com> wrote:
> I have a bunch of Columbian red fin and diamond tetras
> in my 30. I know that the Columbians eat some plants.
> The nibble polysperma down to a nub and destroyed the
> Hemianthus I had. Now, there are little bites chewed
> out of Blyxa japonica leaves. That's where I draw the
> line. I'm pretty sure it's the Columbians. Do
> diamond tetras do that too?
> What are some good schooling fish that will not, under
> any circumstances, eat plants?
> Congo tetras?
> Thanks, Cavan
DO NOT use Buenos Aires Tetras (Hemigrammus caudovittatus).
If not well fed with palnt-based flakes, they can munch an
entire Anubias nana leaf out of existence in a few hours
(mine do...). They are not good community fish either.
- Ivo Busko
"Buy a fish, Save a tree !"
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