What's the minimum size a Hong Kong and a albino pleco can live in?

Our small Chocolate Albino Pleco algae eating fish grow to 1.5 inches in size. This fish has a typical lifespan of 10-15 years and thrive best in water temperatures ranging from 73-82 degrees. This fish has a very peaceful temperament and can be stocked in a tank with any other fish species, expect for small shrimp. This fish consumes dirt, debris and waste, as well as cleaning the tank glass, substrate and equipment. The Chocolate Albino Pleco tends to stick to the bottom or sides of the tank.

Dwarf Albino Pleco for Sale: Care, Diet, Life Span, Size, Types

Overview: These plecos are actually Leustic, not albino. They are algae eating machines, but rarely eat aquarium plants. Gentle enough to be with community fish and Discus, but when larger can handle being with some cichlids.
Native range: South America
Size: 4-5 inches
Water: 69-80°F, pH 6.2 - 7.2
Feeding: Vegetables, algae wafers, drift wood and once a week frozen or live foods.
Care & Breeding: Give plenty caves and places to hide and feel secure. Mature males and sometimes females have soft tentacles (bushy fleshy growths) on the snout. Adult males can be territorial towards other males.

Albino Bristlenose Pleco for Sale: Care, Diet, Life Span, Size, Types

Glyptoperichthys gibbiceps. Quick Stats: Marble Sailfin Pleco,. Albino. Family: Loricariidae. Range: Peru - Rio Pacaya. Size: Up to 19½ inches. Diet: Herbivore. The Albino Bristlenose Pleco is a fish that is arguably an intriguing fish for the planted aquarium. I currently have an Albino Bristlenose Pleco in my 40 gallon planted tank and must say that it has become my favorite fish. Despite its size and appearance, it exhibits a peaceful nature and is quite animated in behaviour.

If the Albino pleco fits in the mouth than it's dinner

As far as compatibility goes, the Albino Bristlenose Pleco is compatible with small and medium sized fish and problems are only known to arise when placed with other plecos or males of the same species. This apparently brings out their territorial nature. Although I cannot confirm, it is said that African Cichlids like to eat the eyeballs from common plecos, so I would probably err on the side of caution and not put an Albino Bristlenose Pleco in the same tank as an African Cichlid. Interestingly as a defense mechanism, the Bristlenose is known to have stabbers which can injure fish that try and attack it. The Bristlenose is not as defenseless as it may appear.

albino pleco, how big will it get? - Badman's Tropical Fish