Shari, I can only hope!
Anyway, enjoy your kuhlis, they are beautiful.
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between those and Emma's moosefaces, I'm trying desperately to stop myself from wondering where I can put another tank...
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If so they are P. cuneovirgata, which from your pics I'm pretty certain they are. I just broke down the 30 that mine were living in and found only 1 from 10 that I had It's fattened up, but grown little. They seem to stay way smaller than other species.
How's your's doing Robin?
The loner is now in the 120 with two P. anguillaris and 5 P. piperata.
Nice find. Were they a good price? I just about stole mine for 99c each!
Yeah Martin they do have long nasal nares. Very hard to capture on camera at the moment but with the human eye and your face up close to the tank, you can see them. I wasn't aware that they could be variable regarding the black markings.
Sorry to hear of your loss Martin. Do you think they are more fragile than other, more common Pangio's? These chaps cost me £6 for 5 and £2 each.
You can just make out the longer nasal nares here. The light sand hides them on my other pictures.
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