ID my plec

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ID my plec

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Can anyone help ID my lovely plec please...
Was sold as a king tiger, but markings are too pale?
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I've seen king tigers with washed out colors, but I can't tell if your fish is a king tiger or not from this photo. Can you get pics of the entire body, from side and above?

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Hi,

this is not even a Hypancistrus, but an Ancistomus/Peckoltia. A lateral pic would help to clarify though.
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Reminds me of Peckoltia lujani, but, as said, better / more pictures would help.

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