Batik Loach - Neomacheilus triangularis Neomacheilus triangularis
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Batik Loach - Neomacheilus triangularis

Species name: Neomacheilus triangularis

Synonym: Neomacheilus triangularis

Common name: Batik Loach

Family: Cobitidae

Order: Cyprinidae

Class: Actinopterygii

Maximum size: 12 cm / 5 inches

Environment: freshwater

Origin: India

Temperament: Peaceful

Company: Neomacheilus triangularis (Batik Loach) can be kept in a community aquarium but should not be kept with to similar species.

Water parameters: Temperature 28-29°C / 80-81°F; pH 6.9-7.2

Aquarium setup: Neomacheilus Triangularis (Batik Loach) should be provided with plenty of hiding places among that can be created using roots and rocks. If they are not provided with enough hiding places they become shy and inactive. Prefers a fine grained bottom substrate. You should only keep one specimen in the same aquarium unless the aquarium is very large. Plants are not necessary.

Feeding: Neomacheilus triangularis (Batik Loach) excepts most foods.

Breeding: Unknown

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