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    Quote Originally Posted by Loves severums View Post
    I love my Yo yo loaches there just as nice a my clown loaches
    I have my Yoyos with my Clowns - get along perfectly. The Yoyos are more spaztastic then the Clowns though.
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    Ever heard if hillstream loaches I had one for months they max out at like 1" and look kinda like a flounder but they do well at cleaning algea


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jloco View Post
    Ever heard if hillstream loaches I had one for months they max out at like 1" and look kinda like a flounder but they do well at cleaning algea
    They are a cooler water fish that require a lot of current, so are not beginner fish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by groovylime View Post
    They are a cooler water fish that require a lot of current, so are not beginner fish.
    Definitely need highly oxygenated cool water, high current and the water has to be pristine.



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    I actually didn't fin hillstream hard to care for.. Besides my rtc gulping him down


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    I just picked up 5 horseface loachs and 5 red tail botias

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    I have clowns, zebras, and skunks all together and have no problems at all. A lot of people say that skunks are aggressive but from what I have seen, they are more curious than aggressive. They swim along side a fish and it looks like they are chasing them, but after a lot of observation, I think they are just trying to check them out. Dojos are a cold water but can be kept at the lower 70s, which the others can also be kept at. As long as you provide plenty of hiding places, you'll be fine with almost any combination.



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