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This thread is intended as a gallery and reference for pleco pictures. Please be sure to include the actual ID when posting photos of ...
This thread is intended as a gallery and reference for pleco pictures. Please be sure to include the actual ID when posting photos of your plecos. If you intend to have your plecos verified for identification, please create your own thread. You may post pictures of your plecos in this thread afterwards.
omg...those fish have awesome colors patterns ....but they are SO ugly...lol...oh well, i guess everybody doesnt have the same taste, which is good in the fish community b/c theres something for everyone! =)
I mean its up to the keeper, I do not find corys attractive then same with tetras but people fill their tanks with them.
Beauty in is the eye of the beholder.
By popular demand, here are pics of my L-46 zebra juveniles...
The top one is about 2" and I had it for about 5-6 months now. I got it when it was just under 1". It's kind of skinny, since it had not eaten much. The filter I had in the tank was too strong and sucking up allot of the bloodworms I put down. The new tank I have it in now has lots of plastic plants, wood, & caves so there would be lots of dead spots for the bloodworms to settle.
The bottom one was a recent purchase, about a week. It is just over 1".
Thanks. I'm surprised how my original zeb (top) has grown. I can't wait to see them at full size.
Hopefully, I'll get my L-46 breeding colony soon...2 zebras, 4-6 more to go :D. Luckily, I already have a 40 gallon (151 liter) breeder tank, which measures 36" long x 18" wide x 16" tall (about 91cm x 46cm x 41cm). I also have extra filters, extra heaters, an RO-DI unit. Just need to some spawning caves.