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Golden Algae Eater

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Gold Algae Eater
(Gyrinocheilos aymonieri)
Starting at $2.29
The Gold Algae Eater is an ornate color variety of the familiar Chinese Algae Eater. This gorgeous golden yellow specimen adds a bright splash of color while providing the valuable service of cleaning your aquarium. Gold Algae Eaters are often kept in aquariums for the purpose of keeping algae under…
Chinese Algae Eater
(Gyrinocheilos aymonieri)
Starting at $1.49
The Chinese Algae Eater comes from Asia and has a slender body and is golden to brown in color. A darker stripe runs horizontally and is either solid or broken into spots. It is usually kept in aquariums for the purpose of keeping algae under control.A minimum of a 30-gallon aquarium is recommended…
Rio-Negro (L 135) Plecostomus
(Peckoltia sp. platyrhyncha)
Starting at $11.49
…the Rio-Negro Plecostomus is not difficult due to the fact that it is not a picky eater. Feeding off the bottom of the aquarium, it gets most of its nutrition from left over food and algae. If there is no algae or left over food present, supplement with high quality flake food, sinking carnivore…
Golden Sailfin Molly
(Poecilia latipinna)
Starting at $14.99
…feed Sailfin Mollies a diet rich in plant material, including algae wafers. If not fed sufficiently, Sailfin Mollies may turn to your aquatic plants for nourishment, so care needs to be taken with these sometimes voracious eaters. Occasional feedings of frozen mosquito larvae or other aquatic…
Gold Royal (L-027) Plecostomus
(Panaque nigrolineatus)
Starting at $79.99
…habits.Feeding the Gold Royal Plecostomus is not difficult since it is not a picky eater, although plenty of driftwood should be housed in the aquarium with this fish. The biological matter such as detritus and algae that forms on and inside of the wood itself is a major part of its diet.…