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Dwarf Chain Loach

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I224684-Dwarf Chain Loach
I224684-Dwarf Chain Loach

Product details

SKU
I224684
Pet
Fish
Description

Ambastaia sidthimunki


Temperature: 24 - 29°C
Max Size: 6cm
Temperment: Peaceful bottom-feeding fish, great choice for community tanks.
Shoal Size: Always keep in groups - at least 5 or 6 but more is better.
Food: Not fussy/most aquarium foods


General Information

Will often shoal together, which is unusual for loaches.

Can be sensitive to water conditions, best added to an established tank. Prefers a soft, sandy substrate.

Will often shoal together, which is unusual for loaches.


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All Live Fish are only available as in-store purchase. Each species may vary to the images and at times colouration may develop in different patterns and at different life stages. Visit in-store and discuss with an Animates team member if you have any questions about our range.

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