Thanks. Rubberlip (the fish I mean)Aqua Fan said:My misses is called Sarah and I’m not sure who is more attractive (joking). Beautiful Pleco. What type is it?
I have a group of 6 juvie L134s and one insists on making his own cave between a watering spike and cracked pot. I also made my own caves out of slate tiles.CHJ said:Good at cave
Bad at cave
Or maybe they are just jerks trying to collapse the other pleco's homes..
I need to try designing my own caves for them. Flat piece of clay with a raised area in the middle so they can find the raised area and then dig out their own cave. They love digging.
Oh and week 3 gibby. As they get bigger I'm really questioning if they are gibbiceps. Their dorsal fins are not close to what a similar sized rhino would have and they should be bigger unless they do not get the mighty dorsal fin until adulthood.
Female BNs usually don't have any bristles or very short ones but they don't grow up the snout like males. My female BN is about 5" and has no bristles.Magicpenny75 said:Yeah mine has a healthy crop of bristles but they are all short and not like a face-forest like some I've seen.
If they are going up his face then its a male, even if they are short. If they are just around the mouth then it could be a female.Magicpenny75 said:Yeah mine has a healthy crop of bristles but they are all short and not like a face-forest like some I've seen.