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PLECOSOMUS in koigoldfish pond

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Posted by: BabsZ at Tue Jun 10 13:22:28 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by BabsZ ]  
   

I have heard several people talking about putting PLECOSOMUS in a pond. Seems fine because they are a dosile fish and grow to be pretty large. Since I have added a couple of thse to my 600 gal pond I have been hearing talk that its not such a good idea. I have noticed my koi are staying in my beach area and the goldfish mostly hide in a corner or inside a pot. Usually all these fish are in a cluster. Could it be, I have brought in a monster? If this is the case, I want to get it out of my pond, how do I do this since its nocturnal. I have only seen it once since I put it in. And then WHAT TO DO WITH THE MONSTER? I now fear for my koi and comets.

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