New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

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Noddy created the topic: New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

Hey,all, and Sandra in specific as promised.
My cousin Baltimore decided to quit the fishkeeping hobby and started with hamsters again.

Sad decision, and that hobby costs a lot more, for those hamsters are only able to keep their heads above the water for a short time...
Nah, just kidding... :laugh:

But he donated his favorite Pleco to me, and before i put her in the tank, i took some shots.
Since i always handle my Pleco's by hand, the lil fellow was pissed off, and showed his spiny odontotes, in defence mode.
So here's some pics of the new inhabitant of the catfish tank :) :







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Firestorm8215 replied the topic: New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

Cute little Pleco you got there. She is quite pretty with her little spot.
Does she have a name yet ?
Is she full grown , and if she isn't , how big will she get ?

Good to see you around a little more again !
I will respond to PM in a little while. :)
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jmunroe replied the topic: Re:New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

That's a very attractive pleco. A couple pics of it in the water would be great too.

Go do a water change - the solution to pollution is dilution.
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Noddy replied the topic: New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

she's decided to move in with my oldest pleco, so it may take a lill while to get a good picture in the water, but she's not as shy as my cousin siad.
just nocturnal...
but i will try ;)
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ehall67 replied the topic: New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

very very nice ! noddy! i figured you needed another pleco to be honest ! anything to get you back here for a sec

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JasonR replied the topic: New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

That's a great looking pleco! Too bad Baltimore got outta the hobby man
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jnet replied the topic: New "rescued" Pleco...and how to show the odontotes.

nice looking plec but stop squeezing her :) now you need a nice males some oak leafs and a coconut and a way you go plecos galore

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very nice dude.

Haku, I knew your were good.
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