Plecostomus Photos - Page 5

Aquaphobia

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Good to the last nibble! Caught my BN upside down under the fork I'd used to hold the zucchinI slice. Maybe she was going after every last morsel or maybe she thought it would be a good place for a postprandial nap!


Then when she heard me outside the tank she zipped topside and I was shocked at the colours she was displaying.
 

TreBall13

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They've grown a lot in a year
 

Mcasella

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My largest bn pleco, he went from about two inches to close to four in the span of about three weeks and sprouted the beginnings of a nice stache - he is so far the only male I have as my other three inch ones have no bristles anywhere. He does not have a name.
this is a side view, he was being moved to a larger tank to accommodate him better.
 

Aquaphobia

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Added a new piece of driftwood to the tank and it instantly became her new favourite place to hang out

 

zcpetty

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shellbell4ever said:
Just a wee little one oh so cute and active and happily scraping all the ugly algae away
Is that sand or gravel?
 

macnoodle

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Om nom nom nom nom!

 

Aquaphobia

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She's putting on weight! I thought she didn't look quite right the way her body narrowed suddenly just past the pelvic fins. Just noticed this morning that her back half has filled out and she looks almost normal!

 

Ronnikins

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This is my aunt's pleco Max. He is about 16-17 inches long.
 

JeffK

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Latest addition to my 33 gal long tank:

 

TexasDomer

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Peckoltia braueri

 

Aquaphobia

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My little BN just chillin'

 

Mcasella

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this is my brown (calico?) bn female, she currently lives with Pippin, one of my female albino bns. I had to do an overhaul of one of my tanks and pulled everything/everybody out to clean and noticed when she is stressed she looks like a normal bn, but when relaxed (hiding) she turns to this. Anybody heard of a calico/marble brown bn?
My close to 5 inches bn male pleco (he is ridiculously shy), hiding behind his newest piece of driftwood and filter intake. He is a lot darker than most bns I have seen, specially on black sand/eco complete just makes him harder to find.
 

Granamyr

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An updated picture of my Orange Seam (L106) with the blue phantom (L128) hanging in the background

 

Fettuccini

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My farlowella decided to pose for a picture. I know it's not REALLY a pleco, but come on...we all know it pretty much is.

 

Tanks and Plants

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Here is my BNP and Hi-Fin Pleco......






 

Chloebo

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Davey Jones ... my BN that I've had 9-10 months, maybe. She (he?) is about 4 inches long. What would you call that color pattern? I didn't realize BN plecos had different colors until I saw this thread.
 

Aquaphobia

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Mcasella, my female BN has those colours! Sometimes she's speckled like a starry sky on a dark background and other times she looks like a calico!

Mike's getting bulkier the longer I have her

*And just check out that epic poop coil!

 

Audleyman

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TreBall13

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I've got babies!!
 

Katy82

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Chubby baby
 

thumos

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I don't even know what kind of bn she is, just that she's mine!
 

Sarah73

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Sarah73

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Mines 5-6 inches
 

sapphire

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I have a rubbernose pleco - C. Dorsale - this was when I was drip acclimating him to the tank

 

Rshore

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Peckoltia sp. P .lugani





Ancistrus sp.



Panaque maccus



Dekeyseria sp. ?




Panaque nigrolineatus
 

KO_

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My BN Bertha. She's old but still kicking around!
 

tjpettigrew

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Meet Saso (bottom left) my Leopard Frog Pleco – Peckoltia Compta, L134. And Kevin (top middle) my Albino Bristle Nose Pleco - Short Fin Plecostomus Factoids.

 

sapphire

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I have a new girl son named her Sour cause shes a lemon BN

 

Aquaphobia

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Don't know what's up with my BN girl today but she hasn't lost her camo look since waking. Normally she only looks like this while she's sleeping or hiding but she's stayed like this for hours! I don't think it indicates a problem because she's seemed really happy (for a Pleco) with the leftover bloodworm s the tetras missed and now her favourite vegetable sunk in there for her enjoyment. So I don't know! Any ideas? Is she just super relaxed and happy today rather than stressed?
 

BlackTeeShirt

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My BN is finally starting to grow some bristles!

 

DoubleDutch

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Got a 6th BN from my son who.is moving house in Germany. A bit stressd as you can see.
 

TreBall13

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Picked up a new adonis pleco
 

tartersauce

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New addition, an Albino Hypostomus
 

DoubleDutch

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Crum

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My pleco enjoying a piece of zucchinI that was floating away.... I guess he let it take him with it!
 

Lunnapr11

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My new albino bristlenose pleco, Silas! So handsome!
 

DoubleDutch

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One of my lemons in the open
 

Lunnapr11

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My handsome baby, Silas, enjoying his new MopanI Driftwood. Jane, the Oranda, photobombing him! ️
 

alink

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I love my Bristlenosed buddy lol. He's 3 years old now.
 

MEGADETH1111

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Yakov_krepak

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Some fish from my collection
One from my favorite Hypancistrus sp. L173


Hypancistrus sp. L333 Gold Line



Hypancistrus sp. L333 Xingu Black and White


Few Hypancistrus Zebra L46 fry


Hypancistrus Zebra with intresting pattern
 

Firmy

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Everyone meet Picasso
 

Bruxes and Bubbles

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My pleco in my pond:
 

Lisa buckler

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Plex (common) an Albee P (choc Albino) < well that's what Petco says anyways!
 

JandaBinal96

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sunshine pleco
 

Mcasella

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Got some "decorative" squash (aka, they look pretty but aren't worth the effort for people to eat, they smell like pumpkins though and have very thick skin) and my long fin albino absolutely loves it!
(Sorry about it being dark I didn't want to turn on the light because he takes off and hides unless no one is by the tank.)

 

JandaBinal96

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violet pleco soniae ^^
 

75g Discus Tank

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Almost all of my catfish excluding one Cory and my glass cats
 

BittenByTheBug

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“Green Dragon” variant BN pleco. ^-^ just a little baby still! Only about an inch long. Taking a break on the fork that’s pinning his zucchinI down.

Also, like... sooooo much BGA. Ah well. It’ll clear up.

 

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