Yes a nice driftwood sp. Had it before and hard to feed. Small mouths and picky with food. Still a good cat to get to thrive.Well, it looks like we both failed our Wallace's Shoehead catfish but nonetheless we will try again and eventually we will succeed.
While I have your attention I would like to bring your attention to a new driftwood cat I found a while back I think you might like as well.
Grows to about 3 inches and they have a very strange looking (to me) fin along their bottom which is in a way beautiful. I most certainly wouldn't mind getting a school of them in the future.
Wow. These don’t come to available here in the states. Late hours for feeding is tough but worth to keep.sorry to hear.
My lfs has four wallace's in at the minute here in the uk but they are 3" at £39 each. Would love to try breeding them But want to know more about them first and of course still trying to breed the large group of Tatia Jaracatia. Good thing is my lfs have had them in now almost 3month and no one has bought them. They had the tatia in for 6mnth or more.