|Red Lizard Whiptail Catfish - (Rineloricaria )|
Current Auction Time: Tue Mar 31 08:51:38 2020
||Final:||$16.50 (reserve price met)||First Bid||$16.50|
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|Started||Jan 17 2020 - 10:59:49 AM||Location||Finchville KY 40022 United States|
|Ended||Jan 24 2020 - 10:59:49 AM
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Red Whiptail Catfish, Red Lizard Catfish, L010a Males are slender, have whiskers and grow short spines in the top of their heads and pectoral fins. Spawns readily in provided tubes, caves, or like minded contraptions. Due to breeding nonspecificity, just about any open ended tube can be used. As with many loricariines, fry development can be problematic, as they are sensitive to water quality and can be difficult to wean. One of the most peaceful catfish around, these can be combined with many other species. In a natural setup good tankmates include small Charichins, Apistogramma, Corydoras and other quiet Loricariids, but it can be kept in most communities of peaceful fish. Don't keep it with anything too vigorous or aggressive as it will become very retiring and will easily be out-competed for food. It's not territorial unless spawning, and is best kept in a small group. Bear in mind it does not do well at higher temperatures when selecting tankmates.
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