New crenicichla

bbortko

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Yeah i have hade venezuelen i couple of years ago.
A female.
Do they digg a lot ?
Maybe ne clears sand under a piece of driftwood but thats it, it doesn’t just dig all over.
 

Tony86

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Maybe ne clears sand under a piece of driftwood but thats it, it doesn’t just dig all over.
Yeah the one i hade did just that. Dug up under a driftwood.
I hade mine for so short time so it didnt have time to see any real behaviour.
 
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mrrobxc

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Post pics. Shipping for fish is one of the best times in the hobby. I love sourcing and planning more than keeping sometimes. Good luck.
 

Tony86

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Post pics. Shipping for fish is one of the best times in the hobby. I love sourcing and planning more than keeping sometimes. Good luck.
Yeah i will post some picks.
Either the lugbris or the strigata.

I dont like to wait :p i want the fish at once
 
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Tony86

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another question!
just found marmorata. how are they in behaviour? are they sutible for community tank?
 

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another question!
just found marmorata. how are they in behaviour? are they sutible for community tank?
Similar in aggression to lenticulata, being community friendly can happen, but you have to not care so much about the other fish if you try.
 
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Tony86

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hello
Just got 2 pictures from the retailer.
They think it is a pair. and is sold as crenicihla lugubris. and are caught i colombia.
Their size is 30-35 cm
what species is it ? aggression?

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Atabapo type 1 and 2 looking pikes. Both look male. Just IMO.
 
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