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Clown Loaches
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hi i really enjoy your site..... my question is about clown loaches they are a great fish.... and very fun to wait.... are they egg layers or live bearers..... do they have babies..... what is the difference in the male and female? and any other infor you may have....
Reply. Hello. Clown Loaches lay eggs and are not a livebearer. They have rarely been spawned in aquarium, and almost all Clown Loaches that are in aquarium were caught in the wild.

We do not know how to determine the gender of Clown Loaches, but we suspect that as the females fill with eggs, they probably become plumper than males.

We have seen Clown Loaches over 12" long, but it is rare for them to get bigger than 6" in an aquarium. They may need to be large before they mature and spawn.


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Howdy guys.
Your site has provided me with some of the best information I've found on the internet about fish keeping and have had much success implementing it. I would simply like to point out an interesting opservation I made.
I recently got three different sized Clown Loaches for one of my tanks. In the tank were two types of shrimp; about six Ghost Shrimp and three Algea Eating Shrimp, all about the same size. The Clown Loaches range from three inches to one. In about a day, all the Ghost Shrimp had been eaten, which I anticipated.
But, they never seem to east the Algea Eating Shrimp. I've had them for over a month now, and the Algea Eaters are skill kicking. I've even seen the Loaches rummage around the bottom of the tank right next to the Shrimp, never once attempting to consume them. I guess, at least from my experience, they make acceptable tank partners.
Reply. Hello Zane. Thank you for your interesting comments about the compatibility of your Clown Loaches with two different types of Shrimp. Click here for more about Clown Loaches, and click here for more about Aquarium Shrimp.
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