Pleco’s

Royal Pleco L-191 (Panaque nigrolineatus)

Royal pleco L-191 (Panaque nigrolineatus) The Royal Pleco L-191 (Panaque nigrolineatus) is one of the strongest and potentially largest fish available to the tropical aquarium. Thanks to their robust colouration, distinct orange coloured eyes, their appearance increases the beauty of the aquarium to a great extent.  Care Level:  Easy Temperament:  Peaceful Max Size: 1′

Pitbull Pleco LDA 25

Pitbull Pleco LDA 25 (Parotocinclus sp.) The Pitbull Pleco LDA 25 (Parotocinclus sp.) is a small freshwater fish that is ideal for keeping the tank clean. The fish is tagged as LDA 25 by many aquarists due to the fact that it has become very difficult to categorize catfish in terms of

Rubber Pleco L-56 (Parancistrus aurantiacus)

Rubber Pleco L-56 (Parancistrus aurantiacus) Also referred to as the Gold fin Suckermouth, the Rubber Pleco L-56 (Parancistrus aurantiacus) is endemic to tributaries and rivers of South America. It has a unique ability of changing its body colouration depending on its mood and needs. It is considered to be one of the

Angelicus Pleco L-282 Pseudoacanthicus Angelicus Pleco (L 282)

Angelicus Pleco L 282 (Pseudoacanthicus angelicus) The Angelicus Pleco L-282 (Pseudoacanthicus angelicus) is considered a relatively new discovered species from the high speed tributaries and rivers of South America. It is an extremely peaceful fish and can live with almost all types of fish generally kept in community tanks. One of the important

Red Lizard Whiptail Pleco L-10A

Red Lizard Whiptail Pleco L 10A (Rineloricaria sp.) The Red Lizard Whiptail Pleco L-10A (Rineloricaria sp.) is a captive bred fish, although there is very little information about the species which were used to create it. It is considered to be one of the best fish to be kept in a community freshwater

Peppermint Plecostomus L 31 (Parancistrus Nudiventris)

Peppermint Plecostomus L 31 (Parancistrus Nudiventris) The Peppermint Plecostomus L-31 (Parancistrus Nudiventris) is an extremely peaceful by nature and can be easily kept in almost all kinds of community tanks. The tag of L-31 has recently been removed as it has been given a specific scientific name of Parancistrus Nudiventris, however most people

Pario-Ancistrus Pleco L-048

Pario Ancistrus Pleco (L 048) (Scobinancistrus pariolispos) The Pario-Ancistrus Pleco L-048 (Scobinancistrus pariolispos) is found in fast moving streams of different countries in South America, and considered to be one of the most peaceful community fish available. Since it is quite hard to find, the Pario-Ancistrus Pleco generally comes at a premium price. It

Gold Royal Pleco L-027 (Panaque nigrolineatus)

Gold Royal Pleco L 027 (Panaque nigrolineatus) The Gold Royal Pleco L-027 (Panaque nigrolineatus) is a freshwater catfish that has the very unique ability to digest wood! It grows up to a maximum size of 18 inches, which is pretty large, and is considered by many to be the most popular pleco

Gypsy King Tiger Pleco L-66 (Hypancistrus sp.)

Gypsy King Tiger Pleco L-66 (Hypancistrus sp.) The Gypsy King Tiger Pleco L-66 (Hypancistrus sp.), or simply King Tiger, falls under the Hypancistrus genus and can reach a maximum size of 5.5 inches. They are extremely popular as community tank fish and easily gel with others. The most unique thing about this

Thomasi Pleco L-187b (Chaetostoma thomasi)

Thomasi Pleco L-187b (Chaetostoma thomasi) The Thomasi Pleco L-187b (Chaestostoma thomasi) is one of the most popular choices among aquarists due to their hardy nature and attractive colouration. They are known by various names such as the Bulldog Pleco, Rubber Lip Pleco, Rubbernose Pleco, etc. You can keep them in groups of three