All posts regarding the care and breeding of these catfishes from South America.
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Today I was reading a thesis:
- Brito, Marcelo Fulgêncio Guedes de. (2007). Atividade reprodutiva dos peixes do rio Macaé (RJ) em função do gradiente longitudinal. i-x, 170 f.: il. Tese (Doutorado em Ecologia) – Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Instituto de Biologia, Programa de Pós Graduação em Ecologia.
In that thesis, I found these photos of a male Rineloricaria
sp. brooding his eggs in a log crevice. I had no idea that males of some Rineloricaria
spp. get so hairy, but obviously this does. Are there other species of Rineloricaria
that get this hairy?
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Those are some awesome fish thanks for this post!
Post like these will get me back to the dozen fish tanks I am known for haha!