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05-30-2013 04:45 AM
PapHater When I got home from the lfs I realized they snuck a cruciatus in with my rummynose. Right now he is schooling right along with my other 9 rummynose. I'm trying to decide if should go back and get him some friends.
05-28-2013 06:37 PM
Tanman19az
Behavior of Yunnanilus cruciatus, Yunnanilus sp Rosy vs Yasuhikotakia sidthimun

The cruciatus are very playful loaches. I enjoyed them more than the sids
05-22-2013 08:05 PM
Shale87
Behavior of Yunnanilus cruciatus, Yunnanilus sp Rosy vs Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki

I'm looking for a playful loach, and I know that Yasuhikotakia sidthimunki would fit this category. What I'm wondering is, are Yunnanilus cruciatus and Yunnanilus sp. Rosy also playful? I can't seem to find much information on them, so I was hoping you could offer more insight into their behavior.

Thanks!

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