Cat-eLog Right Arrow My Cats Registered Species Right Arrow Centromochlus perugiae

1. Join (k: 7) since 2002-06-01
2. Marc van Arc (p: 6, k: 16) since 2003-09-01, who writes, "5 authentic perugiaes left from the initial batch of 8; the other 11 specimens belong to the so called big spot variety (= altae??) and were purchased this year.";
3. Barbie (k: 5) since 2005-01-01
4. daniel60 (k: 8) since 2005-10-01
5. Floody since 2007-03-07
6. Silurus since 2007-03-10
7. Whiskerbreed since 2007-03-16
8. Tuti since 2007-04-06
9. lazymf (p: 2) since 2007-04-19
10. traumatic since 2007-04-20
11. grokefish (k: 5) since 2007-06-27
12. racoll (k: 6) since 2007-07-17, who writes, "These fish love frozen Daphnia.";
13. Freakdaddy (k: 2) since 2007-07-29
14. Högö (k: 3) since 2007-08-13
15. Oliver D. (k: 5) since 2007-09-01
16. Gump since 2007-09-01
17. bronzefry (p: 2, k: 4) since 2007-09-06
18. invaderwithkey (k: 3) since 2007-10-16
19. irshprncsk (p: 2, k: 9) since 2007-10-21
20. Coryologist (k: 10) since 2007-12-02, who writes, "Spawning group";
21. joepleco since 2007-12-08, who writes, "I call these the hummingbirds of the fish world, if you are lucky enough to get to own one, please do! They are sensitive to drops in temp. and like clean water and hiding places in wood. Beware of ICH it can kill them fast! Very smooth scaleless bod";
22. panaque since 2008-02-10, who writes, "13/07/2008: First spawn that I am aware of. Rescued 24 eggs that fell out of the breeding tube (now in breeding net); unknown number remain in tube with female. 16/07/2008: Eggs have hatched: tiny wrigglers with enormous yolk sacks. Only 6 left in";
23. fish fodder (p: 2, k: 3) since 2008-02-18, who writes, "i currently have a female in a tight fitting cave tending to approx 20 2-3mm eggs. quite large eggs for such a small fish (2") she doesnt come out much for food either, compared to the other female and male. so a certain degree of care is being obser";
24. geoffkemp (k: 6) since 2008-02-27
25. Martin S (p: 3, k: 4) since 2008-03-27, who writes, "Lost one female 10/11/2008 when heater stuck on and tank temperature reached 33 degrees C.", "Lost one male 02/04/2009.", "One found dead for unknown reasons 07 August 2012. Another 30 May 2017. Only one found remaining 24 June 2017.";
26. Suckermouth (k: 3) since 2008-03-29
27. Dinyar since 2008-04-26
28. fishy (k: 6) since 2008-04-27
29. Yann (p: 2, k: 5) since 2008-05-22
30. ChileRelleno since 2008-06-20
31. T4FR (k: 5) since 2008-07-14, who writes, "In the group I bought there is sadly only one male.I hope to breed them in the future, but first they have to grow a little. I have two yellow females don't know why some look more yellow and others look more white.";
32. jollysue (k: 10) since 2008-09-11
33. worton[pl] (p: 2, k: 9) since 2008-09-22
34. Callichthyidae (p: 5, k: 16) since 2008-09-25
35. corycat since 2008-10-16
36. myfish (k: 5) since 2009-01-11
37. bcb (k: 2) since 2009-01-16
38. andyh since 2009-01-26
39. ahodge84 since 2009-02-10
40. arzerkle since 2009-02-14
41. nvcichlids (p: 2, k: 8) since 2009-02-20
42. bluescotty23 (p: 2) since 2009-03-01
43. Gerard Pennards since 2009-05-10, who writes, "Had 3 specimens, two died, cause probably age";
44. Altifrons since 2009-06-02
45. ligon (k: 6) since 2009-07-02
46. kim m (k: 8) since 2009-07-03, who writes, "Some wild fish I caught myself in Peru and some shop bought ones...";
47. bunthid tumnontigoon (k: 12) since 2009-10-01, who writes, "This Centromochlus is very interesting wood catfish. ^_^";
48. Jools since 2010-01-27
49. Industrial since 2010-04-06
50. J Bluto since 2010-04-16
51. oanes (k: 8) since 2010-07-01, who writes, "These guys are hilarious. They swarm about the top of the tank at dusk, probably insect feeders in the wild. They bounce off my arm when I lower snacks down for the bottom dwellers in the tank. They cling to wood during the day but arent completely shy of light, so you can usually see them peeking out while they are sleeping.";
52. Bisclavret (p: 2) since 2010-09-05
53. Nabobmob1 since 2010-09-09
54. tijani (k: 2) since 2010-10-21
55. kruseman (k: 2) since 2010-10-22
56. MatsP (p: 2, k: 8) since 2010-11-10, who writes, "From Indonesia via Maidenhead Aquatics Bracknell.", "From Ralf Britz.";
57. JamieH (k: 4) since 2010-11-18
58. Sktchy (k: 2) since 2011-02-07
59. keen-eyed (k: 13) since 2011-02-19
60. aquachromis (k: 4) since 2011-03-10
61. Hmoobthor (k: 2) since 2011-06-03, who writes, "Keeping them with betta, oto catfish and amano shrimp in a 10g. The yellow tank color fade away within 24 hour and white skin starting to appear.";
62. NielsV (k: 6) since 2011-08-05
63. stumac (k: 4) since 2011-08-09
64. Sam (k: 2) since 2011-08-26
65. steveh28 (k: 5) since 2011-10-11
66. CharlyBrown since 2011-10-25
67. ilikefishme (k: 2) since 2011-11-08
68. fleshwound (k: 2) since 2011-11-24
69. metalface2 since 2011-12-04
70. Manon des sources since 2011-12-08
71. fishboy20 since 2012-01-02
72. AzFishKid (p: 2) since 2012-01-02
73. Lilredbeaver since 2012-01-09
74. charly1958 since 2012-02-21
75. Shane since 2012-04-01
76. Herbsti since 2012-10-12
77. Regina (k: 8) since 2012-11-18
78. miguel mitchel (k: 4) since 2012-11-19
79. cifinest33rd since 2013-01-19
80. Gordon C. Snelling since 2013-03-02
81. Sylvain (k: 2) since 2013-09-18
82. fishdoc313 (p: 2, k: 6) since 2013-11-22
83. gem400 since 2013-12-10
84. Shelzbells since 2014-07-17
85. Luis.Ventura since 2014-07-17
86. Oceanica since 2014-09-09
87. parrot1974 since 2014-09-13
88. Atmichaels (k: 8) since 2014-09-18
89. kwalker since 2014-11-14
90. Zulan since 2015-01-04
91. Allen Repashy since 2015-06-16
92. VickyEll7 since 2015-08-12
93. bekateen (k: 6) since 2015-08-15
94. DHarris since 2015-11-05
95. catfishchaos (k: 6) since 2015-11-14, who writes, "WC group of 6, these fish are extremely nervous and I suggest acclimatizing them in the dark and with a piece of wood for them to cluster into. My group broke out with ich after a thorough inspection which revealed none. It would appear they are very prone to it when stressed, none of the other fish from the same order have ich";
96. john h (k: 5) since 2015-11-28
97. Gallywags (k: 2) since 2015-12-03, who writes, "They never really move, day or night. Unless there is bloodworms floating around.";
98. Reborn (k: 8) since 2015-12-30
99. Narwhal72 since 2016-01-15
100. CoryCatfish1212 (k: 2) since 2016-01-18
101. joclru (k: 2) since 2016-02-20, who writes, "While early on they began swimming around near the top of the water looking for food, they now know that my feedings normally end with food at the bottom so I rarely see them go to the top of the tank. They come out day or night if bloodworms or mysis shrimp are added to the tank. They will eat some prepared foods too, but are more likely to not notice them. I've never seen them move since my first feeding other than when food is added or another fish bumps into them.";
102. Gulper (p: 2) since 2016-07-11
103. jac (k: 18) since 2016-09-23
104. synolover since 2016-11-17
105. Ravn (k: 20) since 2016-12-10
106. CatWhat since 2016-12-11
107. cory-ap2 since 2017-01-15
108. BrynnaCC (k: 12) since 2017-01-17, who writes, "Originally kept in 50 gallon planted tank - moved to 40 gallon Walstad tank, where they began breeding. Initial attempts to keep fry were unsuccessful but I have had better survival rates in recent months using a technique called "leaving them alone." Females also seem to care for eggs that are not their own.";
109. corydoras since 2017-01-21
110. ajw9356 (k: 2) since 2017-03-02
111. Jbottomfeeder since 2017-03-12
112. gulogulo (k: 2) since 2017-03-14, who writes, "Lots of caves, some driftwood, powerhead";
113. Maxpedley since 2017-05-17
114. unicornfish (k: 2) since 2017-06-07
115. CatfishAddict01 since 2017-07-19
116. Ant since 2017-08-26
117. Goodeid608 since 2017-10-18
118. Jakesilvester1996 since 2018-03-24
119. angerygrover since 2018-04-16, who writes, "Kept in community tank";
120. Damian (p: 2) since 2018-08-08