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Old 01-12-2005, 05:55 PM   #1
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Old 01-12-2005, 08:18 PM   #2
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I have no clue. Beautiful picture once again!!
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Old 01-12-2005, 11:48 PM   #3
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I dunno....perhaps a juvenile C103 or some locale variation on C. ambiacus?
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I dunno....perhaps a juvenile C103 or some locale variation on C. ambiacus?
Hi. We're thinking C-74. - Frank/Guppyman®
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I dunno....perhaps a juvenile C103 or some locale variation on C. ambiacus?
Hi. We're thinking C-74. - Frank/Guppyman®
Unless yours is quite the juvenile, I see a fairly distinct difference in the boldness of the body-pattern, the head pattern is different, and I would be interested to see if all known specimens of c-74 have that unbroken vertical bar just behind the caudal peduncle.
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Perhaps it is either a C. agassizii or C. schwartzi. Have you tried planetcatfish.com? They have *tons* of cories listed.

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my guess would be C. schwartzi. I think I remember reading somewhere that their pattern changes with age, and adults will have two lines running from the gills to the tail?

What camera are you using? The picture is incredible.
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Perhaps it is either a C. agassizii or C. schwartzi. Have you tried planetcatfish.com? They have *tons* of cories listed. - Quote edited by Guppyman®
Hi. Yes, that is one of my favorite haunts. We're leaning toward cf. agassizii, but are not certain, yet. - Frank/Guppyman®
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