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  1. #1

    Default One Baby BushyNose Pleco

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    I noticed that I now have 7 plecos in my tanks as I spotted this little one just this evening. Pretty ecstatic. Shame there is only one. I hope there will be a few more.
    Attachment 27046 sized at 800x533

    So far he seems to be helping to clean the glass. Is there anything in particular that I should do to feed this little one?
    If you have bred these fish before, how old this is baby do you think?

    Tank mates are glowlight and neon tetra, adult bushynose plecos, guppies and an oto and snails. The dwarf cichlids will have to wait.

    I seem to have forgotten how to embed pictures in full view... Can't seem to get to behave.
    Last edited by MuckyFish; 11-10-2012 at 06:48 AM.

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    Ok, picture now visible at larger size.


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    If you have a pair of breeding adult pleco's it won't be long before you have more fry that you know what to do with...
    You're getting old when you get the same sensation from a rocking chair that you once got from a roller coaster.

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    0 Not allowed! cute is that. I have had one females and two males for 3 years and they haven't bred yet. And neither have my corys.

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    It is cute. We just put 4 bristlenose in qt for our tanks. Babies would be cool.

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    So cute...he's so so cute

    20 gal tall - Helios - HM Betta Male, 1 rasbora het, 2 rummy tetras, 1 glowlight tetra, 1 additional tetra, 1 zebra nerite, 10-15 cherry shrimp, Java Moss and crypto planted tank w/ Driftwood and Spider Wood


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    How cute and what a fantastic surprise
    30 gal Freshwater
    1 young Angel, 6 Pepper Corydoras, 5 Harlequin Rasbora 1 Bristle-nose Pleco

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Hobbs cute is that. I have had one females and two males for 3 years and they haven't bred yet. And neither have my corys.
    Do you have a cave lh?
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    I don't have a cave per se but I have wood that provides many hiding places and the fish have seem to have extended some spaces under the wood. I didn't think the wood would have given enough cover for breeding.

    Gadget is right, one is a blessing in disguise.
    Although happy to have a few more.

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    Some more pictures, I now have two of the SuperRed Ancistrus Fry and they seem to be generally hiding deep in the java and probably other places too.

    This one is catching a ride while cleaning an apple snail, a symbiosis I haven't seen in the aquarium (or wild) before. (Like I have time for field trips )

    Technical shot, the yolk sac seems to have disappeared now and I am guessing that the original shot shows a baby about 3 to 5 days old. In this picture below I think I can see the stomach starting to get filled up.

    That's the best of about 60 shots, I hope you like them.

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