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Old 07-14-2009, 02:55 PM   #1
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Honeycomb cat

Has anyone kept this catfish before? I think they are really cool looking and would love to have one. I am just worried that I can't provide it with the right setup right now because they are from relatively fast moving rivers. They also eat mainly insects and the like - thought this might also mean shrimp which I want later on more than this fish. Any thoughts? For search purposes it's latin name is Centromochlus perugiae.
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