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L398 Pleco 2"

$4999 CAD
SKU: 400000029887

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L398 Pleco 2"

Description

  1. Temperature: Plecos are generally tropical fish and thrive in temperatures between 75°F to 82°F (24°C to 28°C). Maintaining a stable temperature within this range is important for their well-being.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: Plecos, including the L398 species, can grow to various sizes. However, a 2-inch juvenile L398 Pleco might be fine in a 20-gallon tank, but as they grow, a larger tank of 50 gallons or more might be necessary to accommodate their size and provide sufficient swimming space.

Feeding Habits: Plecos are typically omnivores, and their diet includes a variety of foods such as algae, sinking pellets, and occasional live or frozen foods like bloodworms or brine shrimp. Providing a balanced diet is essential for their health.

Habitat Preference: Plecos often come from South American rivers and prefer environments with hiding spots such as caves, driftwood, and rocks. They are known to be excellent algae eaters.

Water pH Level: Plecos generally prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions with a pH ranging from 6.5 to 7.5.

Behavior: Plecos are usually nocturnal and can be shy. They often hide during the day and become more active at night. Providing hiding spots and a secure environment can help reduce stress.

Plecos are generally solitary fish, and they may exhibit territorial behavior, especially as they mature.

Plecos are often considered bottom-dwelling fish. They have a unique ability to attach themselves to surfaces using their mouths, thanks to a modified dorsal fin that forms a suction cup.

Color and Other Details: The coloration of the L398 Pleco can vary, but they are often brown or black with attractive patterns. The exact coloration and markings can depend on factors such as age and individual variations.

Specifications

  • Category
    Plecos
  • Species Type
    Bristlenose Pleco
  • Water Temperature
    75°F to 82°F
  • Minimum Tank Size
    20 Gallons
  • Water pH Level
    Acidic, Neutral
  • Habitat Preference
    Rocky Tanks, Hiding Spots, Driftwood, Planted Tanks
  • Behaviour
    Semi-aggressive, Solitary, Bottom-Dwelling, Nocturnal, Algae Eaters

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L398 Pleco 2"

$4999 CAD
  1. Temperature: Plecos are generally tropical fish and thrive in temperatures between 75°F to 82°F (24°C to 28°C). Maintaining a stable temperature within this range is important for their well-being.

  2. Minimum Tank Size: Plecos, including the L398 species, can grow to various sizes. However, a 2-inch juvenile L398 Pleco might be fine in a 20-gallon tank, but as they grow, a larger tank of 50 gallons or more might be necessary to accommodate their size and provide sufficient swimming space.

Feeding Habits: Plecos are typically omnivores, and their diet includes a variety of foods such as algae, sinking pellets, and occasional live or frozen foods like bloodworms or brine shrimp. Providing a balanced diet is essential for their health.

Habitat Preference: Plecos often come from South American rivers and prefer environments with hiding spots such as caves, driftwood, and rocks. They are known to be excellent algae eaters.

Water pH Level: Plecos generally prefer slightly acidic to neutral water conditions with a pH ranging from 6.5 to 7.5.

Behavior: Plecos are usually nocturnal and can be shy. They often hide during the day and become more active at night. Providing hiding spots and a secure environment can help reduce stress.

Plecos are generally solitary fish, and they may exhibit territorial behavior, especially as they mature.

Plecos are often considered bottom-dwelling fish. They have a unique ability to attach themselves to surfaces using their mouths, thanks to a modified dorsal fin that forms a suction cup.

Color and Other Details: The coloration of the L398 Pleco can vary, but they are often brown or black with attractive patterns. The exact coloration and markings can depend on factors such as age and individual variations.

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