Raphaels don't eat algae, so if you want a fish that (might!) take care of it, you'd need a suckermouth catfish, such as a (Common, Sailfin or Bristlenose) Pleco or Otocinclus Catfish - wheter they'll stay alive is a different question.BigChuckP said:Would another raph catfish help?
No ideaBigChuckP said:Had a pleco and well... he is no more. So i do not think that is the answer expecially since it is only a possibility that he will take care of it.
What about a large snail?
In theory: yes... But you never know for sure.BigChuckP said:Are snails bad because they multiply like crazy? A raph cant eat a big snail right? So if i got a big snail and he had baby snails the raph would take care of the babies and the big snail could work his magic. Anyone agree?