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Abnormal Behave Of Ottos

 
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Tirtha C
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 02, 2007 10:53 pm Post subject: Abnormal Behave Of Ottos Reply with quote

 Hi,  since  yesterday  I  am  facing  a  peculier  problem  with  my  Ottos.  They  are  kept  into  my  tank  for  last  1.5  months.  I  lost  one  of  them  just  after  2  days  I  have  added  them  in  my  tank.  Now  they  are  5  and  was  seems  to  be  happy  in  my  tank.  All  the  times  either  they  were  graging  on  Algae/Tetra  Bits  or  were  busy  with  cleaning  the  tank  glass.  
 
 But  after  returning  from  office,  I  could  not  able  to  locate  a  single  ottos  in  my  tank.  After  a  search  I  found  they  all  behind  the  heater  hiding.  Even  till  now  they  are  hiding  behind  the  heater  or  under  the  rocks.  And  they  are  looking  tired  (May  be  I  am  wrong).  
 
 I  have  5  rams  and  a  Clown  Loach  with  them  in  tankk.  But  none  of  them  never  paid  any  attention  to  my  little  champs.  What  can  be  the  problem  with  them?  And  what  will  be  the  solution?
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 10:35 am Post subject: Re: Abnormal Behave Of Ottos Reply with quote

 Maybe  someone  in  the  tank  is  harassing  and  cornering  them.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 10:48 am Post subject: Re: Abnormal Behave Of Ottos Reply with quote

 maybe  the  clown  loach  is  the  culprit  Confused..  correct  me  if  im  wrong...
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 03, 2007 12:27 pm Post subject: Re: Abnormal Behave Of Ottos Reply with quote

 Hi  tirta,
 How  long  since  you  have  feed  the  ottos,
 Ottos  are  strictly  vegetarian  and  if  the  algae  is  a  little  less  in  the  tank  they  will  not  get  the  nourishment  they  need  and  you  may  have  to  feed  them  with  algae  wafers  or  blanched  palak(  which  may  not  be  possible  in  a  planted  tank).
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 1:50 am Post subject: Re: Abnormal Behave Of Ottos Reply with quote

 Thanks  for  your  replies.
 
 @Hamja/Angad  :  This  is  for  sure  that  no  one  is  harassing  them  for  a  moment.  Rams  and  Loach  are  busy  with  themselves.
 
 @Mayur:  Mayur,  you  may  be  right,  but  my  tank  is  full  of  algae.  And  I  don't  think  it  is  the  problem  with  food  shortage.
 
 I  found  a  reason  behind  the  otto  behave.  As  all  the  Cat  fishes  like  Dark  or  low  light  they  always  find  a  darker  place.  Previously  my  tank  have  1.5watt  per  gallon  lights  but  after  planting  I  increased  them  to  3.5watt  per  gallon.  May  be  this  high  light  pushing  them  into  hidings.  But  may  be  I  am  wrong.
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