Shane wrote: ↑27 Oct 2021, 10:51 My own two cents is not to put them in as a known described sp. I would add them as Ancistrus sp # and note the trade name they were imported under and that they may be one of the described spp from that drainage but we can't make offer a definitive identification without verified provenience information.
This is the female underbelly. No markings on her
And the male. What's interesting is his blending colour change... on wood he's dark but on sand he gets reticulated spots on him. And video of the female