Sort of like people. What?hatran wrote:also could be the genetics of each loach. some loaches living in the same conditions will still end up growing to different sizes.
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Luckily it's easier to share information now so we have a better idea of what our Loaches like.
Information was very difficult to come by when I started with mine so I had to go on instinct. As they are living things I've always put them up at the top of my priorities as regards weekly tasks and this must have helped.
Aim to do the best you can. If that means saving up and having to wait for a bigger tank that's the way it has to be. I don't think it will do any damage to your fish.
I feed my fish the following: Dainichi large sinking pellets, Hikari floating Pellets, Frozen Bloodworm, Frozen Prawns, Live earthworms, 30% Spirulina Flake and Tetramin Flake.
But their favourite is size 12 Red Astax Crumb from TA Aquaculture which seems very highly regarded. My Loaches spend hours digging for granules that get hidden in the gravel.
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