L27c Royal Mini Picture Series

Discussion in 'Fish' started by johnny70, 10 Apr 2009.

  1. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Few snaps of my L27c (Panaque sp. cf. nigrolineatus`xingu`)

    Not the best fish to have in a planted tank, he likes to aquascape more than me.

    Last night he decided he didn’t like where the food was so he pushed it up the tank about 6”, covering over one of the slate caves the Wild Caught Bristlenose inhabit, he had to dig himself back out.


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  2. Ben_K

    Ben_K Member

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    Re: L027c Royal

    Stunning little fish! 8)
     
  3. glenn

    glenn Member

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    wahts that your feding it looks like cheese in the 1st photo :lol:

    is it sweed?
    and how long is it?
     
  4. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Sweet Potato, the Royal is approx 6-8" difficult to measure him :D
     
  5. TDI-line

    TDI-line Member

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    Great panaque Johnny. These are one of my favourite catfish, i used to own 3 at once, but they were back in my Dennerle plant keeping days.

    What's the little spotted plec in the 1st pic?
     
  6. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Thanks :) We have 3 too, I have a baby L190 and a Juvi L190 too :D :D The spotted one is a L177 Golden Nugget, one of the smaller ones, he'll reach 7-8" hopefully.

    JOHNNY
     
  7. glenn

    glenn Member

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    wow golden nuggets are so cool!

    do you have to blanche the sweet potate 1st to stop it floting?
     
  8. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Nope, goes in raw for him, I use a pair of screwcumbers to weight it down

    JOHNNY
     
  9. glenn

    glenn Member

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    screm
     
  10. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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  11. glenn

    glenn Member

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    that is such a needed product...when i tryed to feed my plec cucumber i stabed a turkey tempurature gauge through it :lol:
    how long hav theses 'screcumbers' been out?
     
  12. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Been out a while I have had them for the last 2 years, I have loads of them, excellent bit of kit, nothing a teaspoon won't do though :!:

    JOHNNY
     
  13. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    A few more of the 'Beast'

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    and my baby L190 Red Eye

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  14. Cyworld

    Cyworld Member

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    DANG!
    I want them so baddd. They are pretty expensive arent they? I just dont get it why do they have to be so crazy high priced. :twisted: :arghh:
     
  15. johnny70

    johnny70 Member

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    Not at all expensive the L190 baby was £15, the L177 Nugget was £25, the L27C was £60(absolute bargain, normally for this size they are near a £100)

    JOHNNY
     

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