I think I actually have Centromochlus altae, not perugiae. I was doing some research, and they say that altae is the "big spot" variety. I actually like that pattern better than a lot of perugaie that I've seen. :P
Thanks, they're so easy to photograph when they stay still, which they do for most of the day. I've found that they go NUTS over bloodworms, and all 3 will come out to eat at any time. They're such pigs and they always end up with fat bellies!
yeah i definitely have not seen those in my area at all. it would be an interesting project to try though. so far, one of my honeycombs is female for certain. she popped out of the log in broad daylight which is strange. im thinking its cuz she isnt getting enough food. tonight ill be sure to be a little more generous on the midnight snack for these guys. she isnt grossly think but not as healthy fat as the other 2.
wow thats a really easy way to sex them. ill take a look tonight and see. one of my cats moved from its normal spot. i really want to try breeding them so if i have a good combo, then maybe! have you tried breeding/bred them before?
no i dont know how to sex them. i have been looking them up on planet catfish to see but havent taken a look at mine close enough yet. any tips? haha that would help a lot i dont see them much until lights out. i really like how quirky they look/are. look like they cant swim but they sure can haha.
yep! i just got 3 of them about 2 or 3 weeks ago. i was eyeing them since last year and finally got around to getting some from my LFS. great purchase though ill probably try to edit my tank journal and get pics posted