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  1. Default Help identify this farlowella?


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    I recently bought a "Columbian Farlowella" for $25(Which I would assume is Farlowella colombiensis), but I'm not sure if this is a royal farlowella. It is currently stoked in a tank with 6 dwarf neon rainbows, 4 Madagascan rainbows(will soon increase numbers), 5 zebra loach, 1 small BN pleco, and 1 pearl gourami(soon 2). There is no aggression and everyone in this community gets along very well. The farlowella isn't at all shy, and is always picking on algea and out in the open. When I bought it, it was hiding under a rock so I would assume it is less stressed. The tank is 48 inches long, 12 wide, and 20 high. Here is the picture:
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    So is this a Farlowella Colombiensis, or Farlowella Vittata(Rotal Farlowella)



    Also, I would like to know if these will feed aggressively. I don't want the zebra loaches to eat everything before it even finds it. And, will it eat cucumber?

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    Here's another picture because the previous one didn't show all.

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