Cat-eLog Right Arrow My Cats Registered Species Right Arrow Ancistomus sp. (L387)

1. J-Lia (p: 2) since 2005-12-05
2. bronzefry (k: 20) since 2008-04-03, who writes, "A small fish that appears to need a lot of space. (A bit territorial.) Driftwood and caves seem to work well to break up aggression. Plants are uprooted easily. A wide variety of foods are taken.";
3. L-ko (k: 8) since 2008-05-17
4. Julie (p: 2) since 2008-10-21
5. smsjazz81 since 2009-01-29
6. agustingonzalez since 2009-03-23
7. Elisabeth Dahl (k: 10) since 2009-12-01
8. drpleco (k: 4) since 2009-12-14
9. upc239 (p: 2, k: 6) since 2010-01-04
10. Eric Bodrock (k: 6) since 2010-04-17, who writes, "At least one male in the group, should be reaching spawning age soon.";
11. PlecoCrazy (k: 4) since 2010-10-13
12. seliel (k: 130) since 2010-10-29
13. Donald (k: 29) since 2010-12-01
14. jha61 since 2011-01-13
15. Erik82 since 2011-02-03
16. tutters187 (k: 9) since 2011-12-23
17. brizmale28 since 2012-04-27
18. Beniji since 2012-07-29
19. Firestorming (k: 11) since 2013-01-20
20. colincook (k: 3) since 2013-09-18, who writes, "I've put these in with my L340 and added several new caves and pieces of wood. I noticed all of my 9 L340 seem to 'live' at on end of the tank so I put the L387 in the other end where they seem to have stayed.";
21. Kapngage since 2013-10-15
22. PiggyCutie (k: 3) since 2013-10-20
23. Quo (k: 2) since 2013-11-19
24. Allen Repashy since 2014-01-16
25. PseudaSmart (k: 8) since 2014-04-24
26. Tamcon83 (p: 2, k: 8) since 2014-05-22
27. Asset since 2014-06-10
28. LostYeti (k: 2) since 2014-06-30
29. junglejason since 2014-07-03
30. WouterW since 2014-10-21
31. Nabobmob1 since 2014-12-10
32. Are06n (k: 14) since 2015-01-01
33. jp11biod since 2015-01-16
34. jkeeler since 2015-04-17
35. Junglejason since 2016-03-25
36. kim@8700.biz (k: 6) since 2016-10-10
37. MBoge (k: 4) since 2017-06-30
38. bekateen (k: 7) since 2017-10-26
39. Loc since 2018-03-08
40. PaperDoves (k: 6) since 2018-03-30, who writes, "Growing out; will move to another tank when they're a little bit bigger.";