Cat-eLog Right Arrow My Cats Registered Species Right Arrow Otocinclus mariae

1. DeepFriedIctalurus since 2007-01-21
2. Moontanman since 2007-03-01
3. brettwms75 since 2007-03-16
4. dracoz since 2007-08-19
5. Mrs.JP since 2007-10-25
6. lizimal since 2007-11-11
7. GreenSynoMan (k: 7) since 2007-11-17
8. soobie123 since 2007-11-18, who writes, "One of three fish I bought out of the Oto tank at Petsmart. Didn't even realize they weren't all the same species until I got home!";
9. reneb (k: 5) since 2007-12-03
10. rmkarros (k: 3) since 2008-01-29
11. alyosha since 2008-01-29
12. thelivelylady since 2008-03-25
13. Complexity since 2008-04-01, who writes, "Purchased what I thought were 9 O. vittatus, but at least 1 has turned out to be O. mariae. It appears the store don't know the difference and are thinking they're both the same fish.";
14. misscoolkitty since 2008-04-27
15. AU Chief since 2008-06-07
16. ASCauley (p: 2) since 2008-06-28
17. Lique since 2008-06-29
18. blurock (k: 2) since 2008-09-01
19. nikelodeon79 since 2008-10-08
20. skaskankerbr since 2008-11-23
21. Death Pony since 2009-02-05
22. otoguppylover since 2009-02-10
23. hotsauce48 (k: 2) since 2009-02-14
24. Greg Curtis since 2009-03-26
25. blaqksotu16 (k: 5) since 2009-05-10
26. L number Banana (k: 5) since 2009-06-18, who writes, "All my otos seem to breed but I never see it, there just appears to be more once in a while. I move the smallest ones to other tanks and wait for the next batch. Only thing that seems relevant is that they only breed in this tank with harder water. Update: Pretty sure these guys are the most prolific breeders. Most of the ones I give away are these ones.";
27. mdfa.ca since 2009-07-02
28. ayrtoninst (k: 7) since 2009-11-07
29. Patzee (k: 3) since 2009-11-18
30. Greywitch since 2012-03-11
31. flipperfeet since 2012-03-26
32. naturalart (p: 2) since 2012-07-25
33. Gsneufeld (k: 4) since 2012-08-15
34. Gallett291 since 2013-02-03
35. wennew123 since 2013-07-02
36. Valb68 (k: 4) since 2013-07-16, who writes, "Incredibly hollow, hungry, and frantic, instantly went to eating algae. One tried schooling with the zebra danios. As of 7/21/13 all are fat and calm. Looks like 2 females and 2 males.";
37. lhafvens since 2013-08-25
38. BlackCanopus since 2013-09-01
39. Rita Aspevik since 2014-02-15
40. Restazonia since 2014-10-21
41. Johnny579 since 2014-11-12
42. Gerald CapeTown since 2015-07-18
43. lindfieldroy since 2016-05-23
44. antonyb93 since 2016-09-25