05-21-2012, 06:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
And that is a Farlowella. They say F. gracilis, and actually i had initially said the same, then I edited to change it to F. vittata. One rarely sees F. gracilis. But whichever species, it is Farlowella.
Common names are confusing; Whiptail usually gets used with the Rineloricaria species, and in our profile this is the name used. But i have seen Farlowella in local stores called "whiptail," but common names are not important since you cannot use them to accuratel ID any fish.
Do you know much about them, I hope they are fit with the other fish i have.