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lovely arent they? they do so love home grown cucumber
 

stevet

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I am interested in keeping some of these for glass algae control (green dust algae). Would they do this work? Will they leave all my plants alone?

Also i keep small botia loaches (chain and zebra loaches) - would they be safe from them?
 

johnny70

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Nice colour apples, I have been looking for unusual colours but you only ever see yellow ones around here :wideyed:

JOHNNY
 

stevet

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stevet said:
I am interested in keeping some of these for glass algae control (green dust algae). Would they do this work? Will they leave all my plants alone?

Also i keep small botia loaches (chain and zebra loaches) - would they be safe from them?

no answers on this one then...?
 

ulster exile

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I can tell you from personal experience, that apples and botia striata aren't a good combination. I tried a few apples but found them dead after a couple of months oddly enough by the 'cave' where the botias spent most of their time!

I wouldn't chance it myself.
 

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