Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums' started by junhong, Jun 10, 2010.
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Since I'm told cory cats will be torn up on ecocomplete how about the redtail shark as scaveger?
I don't know how much redtails really scavenge, I haven't had one in many, many years. I can tell you that any catfish scavenger is going to have problems on large-grained substrate, while scaly fish shouldn't have a problem.
Also, you gotta love keeping extinct species in a tank ;D
redtail should be a fine scavenger, sometimes theyre a little more aggressive
i have rainbow sharks and 3 of the 4 seem to eat anything that sinks
I don't think they will have problems with eco-complete. only a small portion of the bag is rocks the rest is basically dirt.
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