Herbivorous (plant-eating) and omnivorous (plant- and meat-eating) fish include
damselfish, gobies, parrotfish, rabbitfishes, Nile tilapia and bluefin tuna.
Because we think of plants as important aquascaping elements, we don't want
our fish eating them — but perhaps we need to rethink the concept. This article is
While there are certainly fish that will mow a planted tank right to the ground (
silver dollars come to mind), there are many fish that will eat at least some
May 1, 2014 ... Though many fish will pick at live plants, eating bits of fish food or algae off the
leaves, some species will actually devour the plants themselves.
If you're looking for fish common in the aquarium hobby: many (but not all)
suckermouth catfish in the family Loricariidae, including Otocinclus and Ancistrus
May 24, 2016 ... Your planted tank sure looks good… good enough to eat! Here's what you need
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While many species of fish may occasionally nibble on aquarium plants, few
species will actually eat them. In most cases, your fish are picking off bits of algae
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Apr 25, 2015 ... Fish eating your plants, is only a problem if you like the plants as much as you
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Apr 17, 2010 ... Fugu-fish: risky Japanese delicacy. English version - Duration: 3:05. ... How to
Stop Tropical Fish Eating your Plants - Or reduce it to a minimum.
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Jul 15, 2011 ... Buenos Aires Tetra eating my lace plant. They latered butchered the plant in front