Little machines they are! Wish they were big enough to survive with my polypterusAlso a good sign with green faeces coming out. Non stop algae eating machines which is why they need added green stuff veg added. They strip the tank of soft algae in no time.
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cute little fish but very fragile from the looks of it
Those in poor health seldom pull through though they are the easiest for lfs to catch. Some hide some don't. I keep mine with whiptails & giant otos and the they take the rough with the smooth. Like cucumber especially when slimy. Always give them the slimy first slice. Never remove it from the tank until only the skin is left. Will often graze on plant leaves that are dying back. Quality water but not prissy about tank appearance. At night will graze on the front glass of the tank. Again not over clean, it has a nice slippery feel to it. Bio films are good news for these guys.carefully select them at the LFS