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how many other pictus are there?

This is a discussion on how many other pictus are there? within the FreshWater Beginner Information/Questions forums, part of the FreshWater Topics category;
could you guys post pics of all the differnt types of pictus cats you know... plz...

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    Teenie Weenie Fish drew101's Avatar
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    Exclamation how many other pictus are there?

    could you guys post pics of all the differnt types of pictus cats you know... plz
    I have a 55 gallon FW tank: Two Pictus Cats, One male Dwarf Gromi, and a Common Pleco

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    why dont you do some research on them at a place like planet catfish? I dont have any good pics of mine because he's just too darn fast here is a link about them http://www.planetcatfish.com/catelog...lodu/276_F.PHP
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    none of those are it... the new cat i just got looks like one you pull out of a river but it isnt its i dont know a sub-species???
    I have a 55 gallon FW tank: Two Pictus Cats, One male Dwarf Gromi, and a Common Pleco

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    if only my cam worked
    I have a 55 gallon FW tank: Two Pictus Cats, One male Dwarf Gromi, and a Common Pleco

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    heres a pic
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    I have a 55 gallon FW tank: Two Pictus Cats, One male Dwarf Gromi, and a Common Pleco

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    i dont know if anyone can tell from that pic, its pretty rough. try and take another if possible...
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    Lots of different species are sold as Pictus Cat. But most do look pretty much the same.
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    srry cant get any more pics
    I have a 55 gallon FW tank: Two Pictus Cats, One male Dwarf Gromi, and a Common Pleco

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    Hey, guys I found out what type of Catfish it is.....
    Its a Wels Catfish a European Maneater....
    http://www.thejump.net/id/more-fish/wels-catfish.jpg
    A Catfish of mideval folklore....
    YouTube - Monster Catfish
    I have a 55 gallon FW tank: Two Pictus Cats, One male Dwarf Gromi, and a Common Pleco

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew101 View Post
    Hey, guys I found out what type of Catfish it is.....
    Its a Wels Catfish a European Maneater....
    http://www.thejump.net/id/more-fish/wels-catfish.jpg
    A Catfish of mideval folklore....
    YouTube - Monster Catfish
    The maneater was just on monster quest like two weeks ago. I think your 55 is a bit too small

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