No doesn't seem so, its hangin w the oscars, following them around. There in a 55g , i know.. too small but its will have to do until i can upgrade. Its a Lucius pike to answer your previous question..
2 Oscars, well to make a long story short, i took my to 9 inch Pacu's to the LPS bc i they were too big, knockin over everything, and running wide open into the side of the tank, got there and he showed me this new fish and i researched it a lil to see how big it might get and figured it wouldn't be a problem
Not nessiarcily. Just because 1 oscar grows slower than another doesn't mean anything. Each oscar is different, each fish is different for that matter. Just be sure to have clean water, which means good filtration, and weekly water changes around 35%.. But since you have 2 oscars and a pike, i would say 45-50% weekly to keep those nitrates down. Also might want to think about getting Chemi-pure. Stabilizes tanks, and can reduce nitrates down by quite a bit. Makes water very very clear. And be sure to offer a variety of foods, especially a High quality staple pellet like Hikari, along with some frozen foods, freeze dried, and crickets.
But if they are both growing slow...
How long have you had them? How big were they when you got them? I don't think once a week water changes will do it on a tank that size and stock for very long, maybe every 4 days. How often and how much water do you change now? What filters? Got a test kit?
well... Ok i change the water once a wk 50%, i have (2) 60g filters running(so thats covered for sure) and the oscars have both grown a couple inches since i got them in april. But one got beat up pretty badly when i put my FH in there so he got skinny and the other got fat. One is still fat and the other one is gettin back to shape, i sneak him a night crawler when the other one isn't looking :wink: :wink: