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    My Megalodoras Uranoscopus

    Discussion in 'Catfish' started by Angler, Mar 27, 2012.

    1. Angler

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      I can't ever get pictures of this guy because he hides. I rearranged the driftwood so my Tig would have more room to move about, and my Mega came out of hiding so I was able to take some pics:

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      Here he is two years ago when I got him:
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      Thanks for looking :)
       
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      One of my favorites,thanks for sharing.
       
    3. kevinfleming21

      kevinfleming21 Jurassic Aquatics

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      awesome, looks like a morrowi x niger cat lol
       
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      Good looking cat. Always wanted an irwini
       
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      Awesome cat and nice pics!!!
       
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      Wow, what a stunner.
       
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      Thanks guys! Because I somewhat recently changed up a lot of things, this is the fish I have owned the longest. I wish he was active during the day. I love the way he looks but hardly ever see him. These are definitely easy going fish. When I drop pellets in at night and watch him eat, he slowly swims up to the pellets and takes all he can in like a vacuum. Then the rambunctious Tig comes flying over and knocks him out of the way and eats them recklessly. After he gets knocked out of the way, he slowly swims back up to them and starts eating again. It's kinda funny to watch.
       
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      How big is the irwini?
       
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      I'd say around 10-11".
       
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      awesome.
       

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