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Loach frenzy!
April 5, 2013
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Plaamoo
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These guys were going at it and the s. balteata were looking so nice I grabbed the camera. Of course as soon as I did they fled for cover. They really don't like their picture taken. A shame as they are beautiful!

 

 

 

April 5, 2013
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Very nice!

shame on me....I should know but don't... what are the non-loach things? :P

April 5, 2013
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That Schistura is absolutely stunning.

April 5, 2013
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mikev said
Very nice!

shame on me....I should know but don't... what are the non-loach things? :P

Not a common fish. Labiobarbus lineatus. They're not a flashy fish but beautiful in their own way. I really like them.

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That Schistura is absolutely stunning.

Thanks Tom. There are 2 (wish their were more) and they were the target of the vid. Very difficult to get more than a glimpse of them. The red really comes out when they get excited. Nonn looked at a picture of them last time I was in Thailand and said that they looked like the Burmese sp.

April 5, 2013
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Beautiful fishes, Jim.Laugh

 

Never heard of Labiobarbus lineatus. What's their adult size?

April 6, 2013
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Kajsa12 said
Beautiful fishes, Jim.Laugh

 

Never heard of Labiobarbus lineatus. What's their adult size?

Thanks Henri! I think these are full grown. I've had them for a few years and not much change. Largest are probably just under 4".

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