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Dojo(weather) Loaches And African Dwarf Frog


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can African Dwarf frogs live in the same tank as dojo loaches or will the loaches eat the frogs? thanks in advanced for any info.

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well dwarf frogs stay farly small, roughly 2" max, but ive herad that Dojo loaches max out a 8" or so, but it does seem that the loaches are mainly herbivores, so I was wondering if they would suck up the frogs or not.

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:newfish I had a quick question pertaining to Dojos. I recently bought a young Spotted Dojo and put him in with my two adult Black Moors. They seem to be getting along fine. Are there any precautions or things that i should be aware of ? I just want to be sure. Thanks a lot!
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:D All my dojo's are fine with my goldies.Moor's don't have the best eyesight,so that gives the Dojo's an even greater chance at the food too! :) Dojo's actually love having a buddy to hang out with,by the way.
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I have a tropical tank with one weather loach I was looking for my African water frog today and found his skeleton in the corner of the tank I have four other fish in the tank as well that are smaller like glofish and others they don’t bother it but my frog was eaten by my loach today

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On 1/4/2021 at 9:50 PM, cassandra said:

I have a tropical tank with one weather loach I was looking for my African water frog today and found his skeleton in the corner of the tank I have four other fish in the tank as well that are smaller like glofish and others they don’t bother it but my frog was eaten by my loach today

I wonder what f you didn't have a hiding spot for the frog.

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