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  1. #11

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    Going to be tough to pin point since there is over 600 species in the Loricariidae family. However most likely it's a common pleco they can vary a lot in color.

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    Looks like it may be a common or a common sailfin. Here's my common sailfin L-83. It's about 14 inches.

    20161221_162129.jpg
    220g bala shark, tinfoil barb and silver dollar Tank.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmazonJoe View Post
    Going to be tough to pin point since there say about 680 species in the Loricariidae family. However most likely it's a common pleco they kind vary a lot in color.
    Really agree with you on that. One thing I have seen more with the common pleco, is depending on lighting, planting, rock and wood work, feeding, And lastly are. That the color changes so drastically.


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    That's def a cool looking pleco! I'm a bit jealous. This one kind of looks like it
    sailfin_pleco_LRG.jpg
    Source: http://plecostomus.org/quiet-silent-filter/

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke77 View Post
    Looks like it may be a common or a common sailfin. Here's my common sailfin L-83. It's about 14 inches.

    20161221_162129.jpg
    Wow, awesome tank Luke! Watched your video. I really want some Geo's too. You have that 14" pleco in your 125G along with your others and the space is adequate? I'm fear having to depart with mine due to size, but we'll see.
    Again, awesome tank!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishlove View Post
    Wow, awesome tank Luke! Watched your video. I really want some Geo's too. You have that 14" pleco in your 125G along with your others and the space is adequate? I'm fear having to depart with mine due to size, but we'll see.
    Again, awesome tank!
    Possibly upgrade and have multiple tank syndrome?



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    So, after the lights were going down, he decided to make an appearance on the front wall of the tank so I threw the lights up and snapped a photo of his underbelly. Maybe it'll help us identify him better ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac View Post
    Possibly upgrade and have multiple tank syndrome?


    Ha ha ha....it is addicting isn't it ;)

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    Looks very much like a common.
    Yes it's mega addictive. Right now I am on my shed with 6 tanks. It didn't take long. Sunday I get I think 6 more.


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    No that pleco is in my 220 Mac. The 125 has the Geos. Come on now I know better. Been in this hobby too long. I now have a 220, 125, 2-55g, 20H and a 10.
    220g bala shark, tinfoil barb and silver dollar Tank.
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