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    Aww crap more I have to read and that is gonna make me want more fish which means I have to go find more fish tanks....

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    what about synodontis euptera? could 1 of these outgrow a 75 or 55 gallon with two angels and a school of tetras for tank mates?
    How do you care for this species?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave66 View Post
    They will eat whatever you give them, Red, as they discriminate on foods not a bit, though of course you will have your eye toward nutrition. You can use a good sinking catfish pellet, like Hikari's, for the staple, but a lot of their diet should be frozen worms and crustaceans, like blood and Tubifex worms, and Mysis shrimp. Get the frozen Mysis that are the freshwater species so your catfish won't have to void the salt. They'll even eat freeze dried food if you soak them before feeding so they'll sink. I soak mine in Kent Zoe, personally.
    You can use a vegetative pellet several times a week as they do like plant debris.
    So prepared foods sinking catfish pellets & a vegetative pellet, and a few frozen foods and your set. About three or four times a day, little meals. They'll have no trouble wiping out the food in under 30 seconds, believe me.

    Do they enjoy guppy fry? It seems I'm missing some and I had them with baby petricolas

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    Very old thread, Dave hasn't checked in here in years
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsarecool View Post
    what about synodontis euptera? could 1 of these outgrow a 75 or 55 gallon with two angels and a school of tetras for tank mates?
    How do you care for this species?
    I have had mine for over 15 years in my 75G. He has several schools of tetras as tank mates. He eats anything that settles on the bottom of the tank. Be sure to provide a hiding space big enough for him. Mine likes to hangout amongst a big piece of driftwood.
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    the common names for Synodontis angelicus are; Polkadot Squeaker, Black Clown Catfish, Whitespotted Squeaker, Pearl Squeaker, and Angel Squeaker.
    you said that its called a Polka-Dot Catfish, but this is actually the common name of the species called Pimelodus pictus which is also called a Pictus Catfish,but it is not a common name for Synodontis angelicus.
    Synodontis flavitaenitus is misspelled because it's missing an "A", it's supposed to be spelled as Synodontis flavitaeni(a)tus. you forgot its common names as well, they are; Orangestriped Squeaker, Chocolatestriped Squeaker, Yellowstriped Squeaker, and Pyjama Syno.
    not only did you spell Synodontis brichardi wrong, but you forgot the common name of Synodontis brichardi as well, the common name is; Brichard's synodontis.
    You forgot to say the common name of Synodontis nigriventris too, its common name is; Blotched Upside-Down Catfish.
    also, the Synodontis group has its own common names, those are; Featherfin Squeaker and Lace Catfish.

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