Have had the pleco about 4 years so I do not think it will get any larger. I thought it was a Bristlenose but am not sure and would like to find a mate for it.
Thanks in advance.
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This is a clown pleco, Panaqolus maccus or L448. I struggle to tell them apart, but reportedly, we get more L448 imported into the USA.
Your fish is fat (which might mean it's female), but the photos also appear to show odontodes on the body flanks, so I'm leaning towards male.
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