Cat-eLog Right Arrow My Cats Registered Species Right Arrow Hyalobagrus flavus

1. daniel60 (k: 15) since 2005-09-01
2. Dave Rinaldo (p: 2, k: 21) since 2007-01-21
3. morkaren since 2007-03-01
4. Silurus since 2007-03-10
5. Jools (p: 2, k: 9) since 2007-06-24
6. brettwms75 since 2007-07-24
7. fischkringli (p: 2, k: 3) since 2008-01-18
8. Dinyar since 2008-04-26
9. Yann (k: 5) since 2008-05-29
10. Tommi (p: 2) since 2008-09-27
11. Moomoo since 2008-11-20
12. The.Dark.One since 2009-03-19
13. dragonphish (k: 5) since 2009-10-08, who writes, "once i put the group into my 125 gallon with the rest of my borneo fish, they seemed right at home and even are seen often schooling with my rhombo and clown barbs. ";
14. naturalart (k: 4) since 2009-10-10
15. Norman (k: 12) since 2009-10-26
16. bamboosticks (k: 4) since 2010-01-02
17. xakkan since 2010-02-21
18. coelacanth since 2010-02-25
19. Bijn (k: 7) since 2010-06-11
20. DazSH (k: 2) since 2010-10-30
21. ichtyophile (k: 10) since 2011-03-05
22. SHEAG since 2011-04-20
23. AcidicAngel (p: 2, k: 6) since 2012-06-01, who writes, "I have found this catfish to be very hardy and easy to care for. They enjoy bloodworm and brineshrimp as a treat once or twice a week and for the rest of the week will eat any type of flake or pellet. I did find my male fanning eggs in my tank but nothing came of it as I think my cherry barbs snacked on them.";
24. Lars Jamne (k: 6) since 2013-06-11
25. parrot1974 (k: 2) since 2014-04-14, who writes, "Fairly ok about lights etc, but prefer to have shaded nooks that they can hang around in. They don't come to the front of the tank, but they are more visible than lots of plecs.";
26. VickyEll7 since 2015-08-12
27. DavidNMaddieHaveCats since 2015-12-18
28. joclru (k: 8) since 2016-02-06, who writes, "These guys appear to have spines much like plecos for self-defense. They can get stuck in nets, which I witnessed as my LFS employee killed two of them trying to untangle them from the net (new employee, ugh...) [Update: Got 6 more in. Much more active now, constantly grazing. Very loosely shoaling if at all, though if they are disturbed they crowd together in hiding. They love live blackworms.]";
29. synolover since 2016-03-05
30. Narelle (k: 13) since 2016-08-16, who writes, "First batch came in with ich, treated with heat and paraguard (wasted away in high pH store tank for about a week), 2nd batch appears much healthier (straight from supplier's shipping bag to home) - 2nd batch came with tons of loose white eggs in bag";
31. MChambers (k: 6) since 2016-10-15
32. OregonOutdoorsChris (p: 2, k: 7) since 2017-06-06
33. dmcat since 2017-07-14