Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 7
Rated 4 out of 5 by 8GallonTankGirl Very Nice Cleaning Though Kills Small Fish
This is a very nice algae eater. Though I would not recommend putting it with small fish such as tetras or guppies. Mine killed 2 guppies and 3 tetras. I recommend putting it with big fish with not long fins I have mine in a 50 gallon with 3 cichlids and 3 danios and does perfect.
October 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by AlexisWilson1212 they are albino common Pleco not long fin pleco
I got mine a about year ago. I named him Casper. He was under a inch long. He is now fully grown. He is a little smaller than 6 inches. He is a common albino pleco though. I got him at a petsmart in Paducah Kentucky. But I love him. He is like a child to me. He lives with a pink glo fish named Glowy and a male Betta named Buddy. I will be buying them some freinds before long.
February 23, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by cide shy but good
I got one with a red tailed shark. It lives in a little
hut in my tank by day and cleans by night.
The only problem is that it is shy when I am around
and with my other fish.
February 18, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by MarshmallowFluff NOT a longfin bristlenose pleco
The only reason I am giving this a 1 star as a review is because it is not an albino longfin bristlenose pleco - at least not at the Brannon Crossing location in Nicholasville/Lexington, Kentucky. This is an albino regular or common pleco.
With that said, although I'm disappointed that it isn't a bristlenose, I am very pleased with the fish overall. It is very peaceful and does a wonderful job on cleaning driftwood and the glass. It is now too large to rest on plants, but the otocinclus are great for that.
January 18, 2015