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Re: [APD] Attacking Otos
To remove Oto from tank:
Step One: obtain and install Eheim skimmer attachment for
Step Two: remove oto from intake tube on skimmer.
Step Three: repeat as necessary. :-)
--- kettles at videotron_ca wrote:
> Attack otos have been seen before. For some reason, they
> decide to start sucking on the slime coat of other fish.
> Not much you can do about it other than remove the
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Billionzz at aol_com
> Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2005 2:15 pm
> Subject: [APD] Attacking Otos
> > Sometimes when I'm feeding my fish I see an Oto come up
> and start
> > sucking on
> > the side of one of my Discus. The Discus just shakes
> the Oto off
> > and they
> > both go about their business.
> > Has anybody else had this experience, why does it
> happen and is it
> > anything
> > to worry about?
> > Bill
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