How big do clown loaches get?
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Also asked, what size tank do I need for Clown Loach?
Clown Loach Tank Size A group of these Loaches should be kept in a minimum 75 gallon aquarium as juveniles. 5 adults will need at least a 150 gallon tank – allow roughly 30 gallons of water per loach.
Similarly, are Clown loaches aggressive? Loach fish consist of some of the most popular of all tropical fish, adding color, interest, and beauty to any larger community aquarium. Loaches are semi-aggressive fish when housed in the aquarium individually, so it is important to maintain each species in groups of six or more to minimize aggression.
Beside this, how long does it take for a clown loach to reach full size?
Philosopher. While growth varies some, clown loaches should reach 4-5 inches in less than 2 years. Then they grow about a 1/2 to 2 inches every year after. One of my recent purchases has grown from 1.5 inches to 5 inches in six months.
What do clown loach eat?
Most clown loaches accept commercial flake food and sinking pellets as their dietary staple, but thrive with a variety of food: live (worms, brine shrimp, small snails), banana, other plant matter, freeze-dried (tubifex worms, especially if it is fortified) and frozen brine shrimp (always thaw frozen food to aquarium