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Drummond Howard wrote:
> ... If it is glugea, there
> should be some indications, in which case, I can have the Pleco cut open and
> looked at.
My Glugea comment was in response to another description. I agree with Barry
that your problem is likely predation. Your original post did *not* sound
much like Glugea.
> If it is just the pleco, does anyone have any ideas for another fish that
> will clean the algae off the glass and Not get big enough to eat my son's
Several *Otocinclus* would be nice. They get to be only an inch and a half,
or so, and are never predators on other fish. [They might eat eggs, but any
fish will, I think.]
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- Re: plague
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