07-14-2012, 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Perhaps you mean this fish (photo below), Yasuhikotakia modesta which is sometimes commonly called the Blue Botia, Redtail Botia, or Red-Finned Loach, according to Loaches Online. It can attain 10 inches, though LO says 7 inches is more usual in aquaria. It needs a group, and thus lots of space. And it has quite a vigorous interaction within the group; LO suggests it not be kept with sedate fish but only with larger fast-moving, free-swimming fish like some of the larger barbs.
That's him, saw a couple at the LFS yesterday, made me think about them