From Mbuna@1:278/230 to All on Sun Nov 14 17:20:00 2004
The problem with these "rules of thumbs" regarding stocking a tank is
that each fish is different. To give a classic example, compare 12
one inch neon tetra's to a single 12 inch Oscar. Which do you think
creates a greater load on the tank? For that matter an 8" oscar
would still be a greater load on the tank.
You cannot use these "rules" with any accuracy. You need to take into
account too many variables.
To answer your immediate question, you would be able to put those fish
into the tank without any problems. However as others have said,
clown loaches grow to be quite large. But, they are slow growers and
it will likely be 2 years before you'd start to have problems with
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