Most synos are omnivourous and oportunistic...synos will eat zuchini or green beans to varying degrees once they figure out it can be considered food, some will dig right in others will just graze on it. I think it should be part of the diet of most all excepting those from lake Tanganyika not so much.I never offered veggies. That's an interesting fact you described. I should try.
JimW wrote:Oh one more habit this animal has is it does swim upside down from time to time at the surface, it's not the main swimming method but often enough to be noticable. Thanks.
JimW wrote:I've had this fish for 2 years given to me when it was very small, now it's about 7 inchs long and I'd like to know what her diet should be for optimum health. She is black with black spots. I've look at the commomly asked about fish and while one is close it's still not the same. She doesnt seem to be a carnivore, I have had her eat the soft part of cucumbers. Thanks for any help
N0body Of The Goat wrote:Purely as a point of comparison, here is a photo of what I believe to be a many spot ~25cm SL Synodontis notata I picked up at the end of February.Those scratch marks are long gone, he had a bit of a rough night apparently the day before I collected him in a boisterous tank, for an amazing £10
I'm awful at comparing syno species, but a noticceable difference that jumps out for me is the caudal fin, spotted for your one and a uniform beige/yellow for my specimen.
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