KittenFishMom Posted October 30, 2022 Share Posted October 30, 2022 I have a planted half cylinder tank, about 10 gallons, with 2 yoyo loaches, one male betta (plakat) and 4 dark kuhli loaches. One of the yoyo loaches looks to me like she is carrying eggs, the other does not at all. They are both active and eating and have grown faster than any fish I have had. I know yoyo loach don't breed in home aquariums. Do I need to do anything so she does not get egg bound? When they are swimming, they look like water ballet, doing graceful relaxed loops and following each other. They also spend a good bit of time in a hollow ceramic log together and digging in the java moss. I could remove the male betta pretty easily, but right now I don't have a tank for him. I do have someone who is planning on adopting my red view tail betta when the guppies are gone, which could happen sooner to free up a tank for the male betta, if need be. I think I would have to trap the 4 kuhli loaches if I needed to take them out of the tank. I don't think I could net them without removing all the plants and heater etc. If I could catch them, I could have them go in the other tanks that each have 3 kuhli loaches. Do I need to remove the other fish, or do anything else or is everything fine the way it is? My spouse is much better with the camera and will take photos soon. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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