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Old 02-20-2006, 05:29 PM   #1
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synodontus Pectoralis

for 10 bucks! going back to get 2 more when I get paid.
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I love Synodontis...you can't tease us like that with no pics!!
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he's really hard to get a picture of, always scooting around the tank. hopefully when I get him some buddies I'll be able to get some pics.
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I hope you can get them soon...a small group would be nice!
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it was misidentified at the LFS, it is synodontis petricola. quite cool, I'm going to try and breed them.
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Congratulations, I have 3 of the multipunctatus and they are so cool. I rarely see them but they come out once in a while. When breeding them, I believe the easiest method is when they need a host fish. Like cichlids, they eat the other fish's eggs and substitute their own. Works with mouthbrooders only I believe.
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Wow sounds like a smart fish. lol
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I have seen the S. petricola and it is quite fascinating. Congrats! (pics pics pics )
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