- - Identify if you can...
|wumpus ||10-25-2009 10:28 PM |
Identify if you can...
I know that this is very little to go by but I live far away from the nearest lfs and it would really help to know what fish this is. It was a type of catfish, about 3-4" long with very long whiskers that curved back into its body and it was being housed (or supposed to be but I didn't see any) columbian sharks. It was definately not a columnbian shark though. thanks for trying
|Twistersmom ||10-25-2009 10:38 PM |
Did it look like the catfish on my avatar?
Its a four-lined Pimodalla. They have very long whiskers.
|mollies ||10-26-2009 01:29 AM |
or a pictus
|AquariaNow ||10-26-2009 07:52 PM |
Definitely sounds like a Pimelodid species to me as well. Pictus Catfish would be the most common, but if you do a google images search for "Pimelodus" you'll come up with lots of different possibilities.
|wumpus ||10-27-2009 09:10 PM |
It was a Pictus, thankis for the help.
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