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Old 04-24-2005, 07:52 PM   #1
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i have a baby catfish!!!!!

just took out a big decoration to clean the tank, and there he is!!!! he has been hiding for a long time, because he is already big enough not to be eaten! but he is still such a cute little tiny guy, and a little bit translucent...a baby paleatus! i am so proud of him for surviving all this time!!!!

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Congrats! I bet he's a little cutie!
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wow, i never knew that it was reported that catfish have bred in aquariums


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C. paleatus are cory cats Rudy. Cories do spawn in the aquarium sometimes.
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well, since i put things back in the tank, i haven't seen him at all. he is as big as a neon tetra, so i know he's not in danger of being eaten anymore, but i guess HE hasn't figured that out yet and is still laying low. that cautious nature is probably why he made it in the community tank and his brothers and sisters didn't.

thanks for all the congrats, and thanks, RoK, for clarifying that new little fishy is indeed a corycat.
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