No. Plecos are part of the Loricariidae. Cories are part of their own family themselves, Corydoras. Take note though that we have Aspidoras and Bronchis to deal with. Both look like the Corydoras. The only difference is the number of rays in their dorsal fins.:wink2:St6_Devgru said:coris arent plecos right??
A close-up pic of those 2 plecs will help. I'm beginning to suspect they are more of Hillstream loach.:squint:St6_Devgru said:......i have these "asian" plecos i forget the names hahah bought them today -_-.... got them baby sized. like 3 cm long hehe
Hillstream loachSt6_Devgru said:loach? im sure they are plecos. i saw clown loaches so kool ^^ or do you mean they look like loaches? my camera cant close up of them....and they are always movving and sucking the glass and stuff
:bluelaugh: An employee in your lfs has a mohawk style? Crazy though.:crazy:St6_Devgru said:yeah clown loaches past 1 foot so the guy with the mowhawk told me
As long as they are damp, they won't die. Just do it quickly though. Not surprising when you see some plecs taken with pictures with the tip of their mouth held by hand.St6_Devgru said:sweeet its not gonna die right? they look sooo cute when they re so small XDXDXD
You worry too much, Charles.:sarcastic: If your plec turns out to be a large species, then you'll be in troubles.:blueshake:St6_Devgru said:omg im never doing that agian. dam i was so scared my pleco woulda died man.....i aint doing that again.