Looking for Loaches

Delcos

Member
I’ve recently became really enthralled with loaches. I seem to find out about a new type of loach every time I research them. Was wondering about the more obscure loaches people like and have kept that I might not have heard of.
 

The2dCour

Member
try Loaches Online they have a bunch of pictures alphabetically by scientific name, all the loaches you've never heard of =)

I love them and Goby. Right now I'm keeping Sumo loaches and Kuhlis.

Heres some loach with color:
Pseudogastromyzon cheni, dorsal fin. — Loaches Online
 

Basil

Member
Delcos said:
I’ve recently became really enthralled with loaches. I seem to find out about a new type of loach every time I research them. Was wondering about the more obscure loaches people like and have kept that I might not have heard of.
I keep ambastia sidthimunki and Botia dario otherwise known as dwarf chain loaches and Queen loaches. Although not really uncommon, you don’t see them as much as say yo-yo loaches.
Are you a member of the FB page, Loach Fanatics? Quite a few members keep unusual loach species.

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mrsP

Member
I'm absolutely in love with Hillstream loaches, one of them in my profile picture. Not uncommon, but lovely.
 

The2dCour

Member

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Mr Charming himself
 

A201

Member
I keep a Berdmorei Tiger Loach. Not a very common Loach, but a very active & colorful one.
I also keep a group of Y. Modesta aka Red Tail Loaches. Although not particularly rare, Red Tails are not often kept. They grow big & thick & are extremely active. Better kept in aggressive communities.
 

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