Pseudacanthicus sp. L273(Titanicus Plec)


In terms of social behaviour Pseudacanthicus are territorial towards their own kind and other plecs, but tolerant of midwater fish such as characins and cichlids.

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A large, rather variable loricariid catfish. Body markings consist of dark brown markings across a yellowy-brown ground colour. The fins, particularly the tail fin, have an orangey tinge. The colours on the front half of the body tend to be somewhat subdued compared with the back half of the body. Sexual differences are not certain, but males may be more colourful and presumably have stronger development of the odontodes across the cheeks and pectoral fins. However, since juveniles are relatively weakly coloured, sexing them at that stage is difficult.


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