Also is their max size 10cm (4") or do some yoyos grow bigger?
Finally, what is the average life span of yoyos? Do they have shorter life spans compared to clown loaches?
Thanks for reading.
got to love my fat little wobbly wigglies...
Before this crops up... I'm using some water from the old tank, a cup or so of gravel, all the plants, all the decorations, and a filter which has been running as an extra filter on the old tank plus Bio Spira so I don't envision any problems. It should be like a massive water change for them.
About the same observation here. I got mine at 1" in mid-January, the current size is around 3", and they slowed down a bit. Another inch will force a new tank, so an upgrade is being planned.Wendie wrote:When I got my three they were about 1 to 1 1/2 inches in size. That was six months ago and they are now about 4 inches in size.
In my case, they started fattening at about 2.5", before this most of the growth went into length.ey wrote:Thanks for the replies. Wow, I never knew that yoyos would grow that fast. When they grow (in length), do they also get chubby and fat like clown loaches?
I *think* the same applies to clowns: the proportions of my larger (3.5") are a little different from the smaller (2.5"-3"), the larger have a larger depth/length ratio.
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