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Kuhli Loach

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Kuhli Loach

The Kuhli Loach, also known as Pangio Kuhlii by its scientific name, is a fantastic freshwater fish for those looking for a peaceful addition to their aquarium. These little buddies are natural scavengers, eating up all sorts of things to keep your aquarium clean, and with an average lifespan of 10 years, you'll be enjoying their company for a very long time.

For whom is the Kuhli Loach suited?

These small fish may seem like an attractive addition to any aquarium due to their size and natural tendency to clean up the waste floating around in your aquarium without creating much themselves, but taking care of them is more complicated than you might expect. These fish have no scales and are somewhat prone to disease, and so we recommend that you have some experience in caring for scale-less fish if you're planning on getting them.

What are they like?

The Kuhli Loach is a real night owl. They are active mainly at night and can peacefully co-exist with most other fish. During the night, they will look for food that sunk to the bottom of the aquarium. On top of that, their natural curiosity will drive them to explore any crevices and caves that might be around in their habitat.

The ideal conditions for the Kuhli Loach

Despite the fact that these fish are scavengers, they still require a relatively clean, well-oxygenated tank. They highly prefer a soft substrate, as it makes searching for food more manageable, so sand or fine gravel would be best. The water should be soft, slightly acidic and at a temperature of 73 – 86 °F, as these are tropical fish. Further, you should make sure that there is moderate lighting in their habitat.

Please Note: All fish shipments have a 100% Live Arrival Guarantee when shipping with Overnight (1 Day) option. All other options void our Live Arrival Guarantee for fish. 

Our Tank Parameters:

  • Ph: 6.5 to 7.1
  • Gh: 8 to 12
  • Kh:  2 to 4
  • Temp: 72 to 80

    Tank Recommendations:

    • Rock: Smooth rock (round in shape)
    • Leaves: Indian Almond or Guava
    • Cones: Alder, Giant Alder, Birch or Casuarina 
    • Plants: Java Ferns, Anubias, Sagittaria, Cryptocorene

    Customer Reviews

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    Sarah Juarez
    Kuhli Loaches

    Received 7 healthy and active Kuhli Loaches, they acclimated well and they’re such a joy to watch swim around the tank! 10/10, would recommend getting Kuhli Loaches from Flip Aquatics & I will definitely be buying from here again!

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    Annette Diaz
    So Tiny!

    I wish I had pictures of the lil buggers but they're so small! They're very cute and love exploring when I throw food into the tank! They get lost in all the plants but I can't wait to see them grow to their full size! They arrived healthy and quickly adjusted to their new home.

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    Kathleen Collins
    Love the Kuhli!

    I had one when I was a kid and had to get one for our new tank. They are great! Ours arrived very healthy and not stressed.

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    Emily Parish
    Kuhli loaches

    I purchased two, to add to my group of three. After acclimation all of them were swimming together!
    Overall they look very healthy and are very active. A didn’t anticipate them so small but I don’t have any issues with them being small.

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    Emily Parish
    Kuhli loach

    I purchased two kuhli loaches to add to the group of three I already had. They arrived looking healthy. They happily joined the others in swimming. No signs of illness or infection. I couldn’t be happier

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