Mystery Doradide

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desskit
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Mystery Doradide

Post by desskit »

The importer I work with is selling them as "thorny catfish"
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desskit
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Re: Mystery Doradide

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I know it's a bad pic but he's no longer at the warehouse. I'll ask for a better pic Monday
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Re: Mystery Doradide

Post by Viktor Jarikov »

Looks like Pterodoras granulosus.
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Re: Mystery Doradide

Post by Acanthicus »

Agreed with Viktor, a great species, but nothing for the normal sized tank in the living room.
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