- Posts: 4169
- Joined: Mon Dec 30, 2002 10:12 pm
- My articles: 69
- My images: 163
- My catfish: 72
- My cats species list: 4 (i:0, k:3)
- My aquaria list: 4 (i:4)
- Location 1: Virginia, USA
- Location 2: Virginia, USA
Winston Churchill, My African Journey
- Posts: 13967
- Joined: Mon Dec 30, 2002 3:25 pm
- My articles: 181
- My images: 892
- My catfish: 240
- My cats species list: 81 (i:1, k:10)
- My aquaria list: 13 (i:6)
- My BLogs: 7 (i:5, p:192)
- My Wishlist: 5
- Location 1: M8
- Location 2: Scotland
- Interests: All things aquatic, SCI-FI, photography and travel. Oh, and beer.
- Posts: 520
- Joined: Sat May 26, 2007 10:35 pm
- My images: 14
- My cats species list: 93 (i:0, k:53)
- Location 1: Ludwigsburg - Germany
- Location 2: Ludwigsburg - Germany
This species was/is quite often sold as St. foerscheri, which is an invalid trade name.
For some time it was also named LG 6 before the identity was clarified.
I'm quite sure that the ID Jools proposed is correct.
This species has one oddity, unlike most or all? other species in this genus they tend to lay the (green) eggs on flat substrate like the glass plane even if there are tubes available. Mine never used the tubes.
How many filaments do they have in the caudal fin (both on top and bottom side) ?
They have two filaments on the caudal fin, one on the top and another on the bottom side.
They also layed they eggs on flat the glass, even if they also have tubes available.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest