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    Spiney Monster Eating Sweet Potato

    Discussion in 'Plecos' started by JasonGoneFishing, Feb 11, 2018.

    1. JasonGoneFishing

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      Which cactus pleco is that it's not a spiny monster either way I love cactus plecos
       
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      L96/160 What do you think it is? He looks like other 160s, some are dark some are light, some have spots, etc.
       
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      my reason for not thinking it is a spiny monster is the orange/red on the edge of the dorsal, tail and pectoral fins
       
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      Very nice what else do you feed him?
       
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      Salad shrimp, sinking pellets, cucumbers, etc. He doesn't seem too picky.
       
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      could you get a side pick of him with the dorsal up?
       
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      I have l024, They are very close to l025 not quite as bright. I also have a juvi spiny monster
      This is definitely not L025.
      If you look at the body you can see spikes covering nearly the entire fish. Also the eyes look different on cactus plecos.
       

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