ALSO NOTE: I've had to update the title of this thread in early August after learning on August 5th that these fish are in fact NOT but are really some kind of !
bekateen wrote: ↑06 Aug 2023, 04:17 Houston, we have a problem...
These have been examined more closely by several scientists and specialists, and I believe that we confirmed they are not Rhyacoglanis, but rather are a type of , similar to P. bufonius, but from wrong source, so I'll settle for
Morning after they arrived. Settled into the tank well. Eating frozen blood worms today.
I'll be adding a false floor to the left 1/3 of the tank, similar to what I use in my Amblydoras tank (HERE), and I'll add a cluster of submerged (weighted to sink) spawning mops.
For source location, I'm told these are from somewhere along the Rio Huallaga. Hopefully I can get more info.