May 16, 2009
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Some nice Lamp Caudopunctatus, some Sewellia Lineolata about 3 1/2 inches long...bigger than the one we won the british open within 2007! i nearly fainted! lmao thicker than my thumb and i have big thumbs lol...The rarer spotted ones too!!! not the stripey ones
Some more Lamp Tang Killies ...3 for £75!!! (good job we have got Kev at Ferrybridge to do us a deal on the Ten he has in stock!) way too dear that but bear in mind you can get a pound an egg on internet auction sites so good long term investment...
And some nice jumbo Yunnalis Cruciatus but lots of little ones around in the shops...
And last but not least a little OTTO cat /Hypotoma cat called a "Orange Zebra Paraoctocinclus!" But need to identify this tonight...
6th picture down!
Its a Parotocinclus/Nannopotopma spec. Orange ACCORDING TO THIS WEBSITE but need to look further...
Were about 1 1/2 inches long...
June 13, 2011
Hi guys catfish lacks adipose fin so not Parotocinclus - should be this undescribed Nannoptopoma.
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