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L030 (Oligancistrus sp.)
An attractive little catfish that is fairly widely sold and does well in clean, mature aquaria. Essentially dark grey with small, widely spaced white spots. A feature of this catfish (and L016) is that the dorsal fin and adipose fin are fused.
Tropical Fish 2 Your Door stock
|Buy this fish online today from Wildwoods:|
|Fish Sex: Cant be sexed,||Size: 12-14cm,||Price: £39.95|
|Scroll down to view other shops which have this fish to buy in-store|
Fish information (behaviour and breeding):
A territorial but otherwise harmless catfish ideally suited to community tanks. Can be kept in groups if each specimen is provided with plenty of space and a suitable cave or burrow of its own. These fish should be fed on vegetarian food including algae wafers and sliced vegetables such as courgette, but can also be given small amounts of meaty foods such as bloodworms. Not yet bred in captivity.
|Family Group:||L Numbers|
|Distribution||Brazil, Rio Xingu|
|Size||Up to 12 cm|
|Water Parameters||Prefers soft and slightly acidic water conditions|
Useful sources of information:
DATZ are the original source of L number information.
Other information on L numbers can be found from the book All L Numbers published by Aqualog.
On the web, a comprehensive source of information on L Numbers and catfish can be found at www.planetcatfish.com and also www.scotcat.com
The latest shops to have this fish stocked in-store are listed below. Click on a shop name for full shop details, or click the link below the shops to view ALL shops that stock this fish.
|Woodford Aquatics||London||E18 1EJ|
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