I brought these fish as UDC but am now thinking they are Featherfins! Can someone help ASAP
Really a completely different type of fish, depends on what you like.Mollies+guppies said:Do you think I could possibly keep one or would I be better off rehoming all 3 and getting something such as a bristlenosed Plec.
Where are you? Might help give a better suggestion.When I brought them they were only about half an inch. I didn't think they would get as big as they are now. Clearly pet shops are very deceiving
Sorry to hear you got nailed on that trick.... I did too in about May this year. Ordered them through my lfs, saw them and was quite happy. They were all of maybe an inch of body at the time. Fast forward to now... I have four Synodontis Eupterus, one at 7", two 5.5-6.5", and the last nearing in at 5". My 7" bohemeth might be larger than 7". They grow extremely fast. Good luck keeping a plant in the soil if it's not rooting in deep already. Also to note, they aren't exactly friendly to each other. I almost always have someone running around with half a pectoral fin (water change a couple days back and there's a random chunk of fin on my intake... I did manage to rehome one after his arm was completely ripped from his socket... I named him "limbless" and he got a mercy adoption (he's around 6" now FYI). Good news they seem to be fine with other fish, but I wouldn't trust them with anything small like danios or rasbora or torpedo shaped small anythings.Mollies+guppies said:Brought them as Synodontis nigriventris. So annoyed as my tank is only 25 gallons and that's not big enough for 1. Let alone 3. Got told they would get to around 4 inches. Same size as corydoras. Thank you for your response.