Can you put plecos with guppies?

Can you put plecos with guppies?

Catfish. Several families of catfish make great companions for guppies. Some plecos, also known as suckermouth catfish, will get along well with guppies. However, the common pleco actually grows much too large to share a tank with guppies.

Can guppies and Bristlenose plecos live together?

Bristlenose Pleco They’re bottom dwellers and like to feed on algae, which means they’ll keep your tank nice and clean and will stay out of the way of your Guppies, who are predominantly mid-dwellers.

What fish can I put with a Bristlenose pleco?

Any peaceful fish are fine tank mates for Bristlenose Plecos. They are great for community tanks with species like Neon Tetras, Platy fish, Guppies, and more. Some aquarists even pair them with known aggressors, such as bettas or African cichlids. However, we feel rather strongly that doing so is a bad choice.

What fish live well with plecos?

Pleco Habitat Companions Plecostomus are omnivorous bottom-feeders and can be safely housed with fish much smaller than themselves. Plecos generally pair well with cichlids, angelfish, barbs, bettas, other catfish species, gouramis, guppies, hatchets, loaches, mollies and platies.

Can fancy guppies live with bettas?

So to conclude this article: yes, guppies and betta fish can live in the same aquarium. You will have a bit more work feeding your betta separately and you will also need to purchase live plants, but it is doable.

Do loaches and plecos get along?

Plecos. Most plecos make great tank mates for clown loaches. Plecos and loaches just ignore each other in general, as if they can’t be bothered to acknowledge the other’s presence. A lot of plecos are algae eaters that can really help the tank look nice.

How many plecos Can I put in a 55 gallon tank?

How Many Bristlenose Plecos in a 55 Gallon Tank? Based on our own 2 gallons of water per inch of fish rule, and seeing as each pleco can grow to around 5 inches in length, we would recommend having no more than 5 bristlenose plecos in a 55-gallon tank. Remember that males can get aggressive with each other.