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  1. Default Yellow King Tiger Plecos?


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    So im starting to wonder if both of my plecos are yellow king tigers or not. Anyone lend a hand in the ID?

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    Unless you got a latin name for a yellow king tiger, I'm not going to be able to help

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    Hypancistrus sp. (L333)

    Is that what your after?

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    Close enough. Well it's definitely looking like a hypancistrus from the Rio Xingu (enjoy that will it lasts, most of those will be extinct before 2020)
    But if it's L333 or L401 I'm not entirely sure. A few more pics would help. Here's the best overview of hypancistrus I've seen so far.
    http://plecoplanet.com/?page_id=571

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    I went through that, and going off of what they say my fish sound like the L-333 still. I think i have two males. As they are always in hiding, have spikes along their front two fins, and are staying relatively small. One thing i do not see, if they are males, is the hairy looking tails....

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    Perhaps they're not adult yet.

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    there we go, got a couple of pictures of them both out.

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    Almost fully grown. Tricky to sex from here but I'd vote on L333 myself.

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    Lots of pictures I see people take them out and put them in a container and take a picture from above. Would that be something I should try? To aid in the process of sexing them? I would like to try and breed them, since I got my Bolivian rams able to breed, I'd like a little more challenge.

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    I think you can do fine by yourself. You got the fish and you can observe.

    Adult males develope teeth-like odontodes around the head and the pectoral fins. Viewed from above the female looks much more massive than the male.

    Easiest way of sexing even half-grown ones is to provide enough caves. The fish entering and staying in the holes are only the males.

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