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List of catfish species commonly found in the aquarium

Catfish
Ancistrus dolichopterus
Dolly pleco
Ancistrus dolichopterus
Ancistrus temmincki
Temmincks bristlenose
Ancistrus temmincki
Corydoras adolfoi
Adolfo's cory cat
Corydoras adolfoi
Corydoras aeneus
Bronze corycat
Corydoras aeneus
Corydoras arcuatus
Arched cory
Corydoras arcuatus
Corydoras elegans
Elegant cory
Corydoras elegans
Corydoras haraldschultzi
Mosaic corydoras
Corydoras haraldschultzi
Corydoras hastatus
Dwarf Cory
Corydoras hastatus
Corydoras julii
Leopard Cory
Corydoras julii
Corydoras leopardus
Leopard corycat
Corydoras leopardus
Corydoras melanistius
Blue-spotted Corydoras
Corydoras melanistius
Corydoras paleatus
Peppered corydoras
Corydoras paleatus
Corydoras panda
Panda corydoras
Corydoras panda
Corydoras schwartzi
Schwartz's Corydoras
Corydoras schwartzi
Corydoras sodalis
False Network Cory
Corydoras sodalis
Corydoras sterbai
Sterba's Cory
Corydoras sterbai
Farlowella acus
Twig catfish
Farlowella acus
Horabagrus nigricollaris
Black collared catfish
Horabagrus nigricollaris
Hypancistrus sp. L260
Queen Arabesque pleco
Hypancistrus sp. L260
Lasiancistrus tentaculatus
Woodeating Lasiancistrus
Lasiancistrus tentaculatus
Oligancistrus sp. L020
Oligancistrus sp. Polka Dot
Oligancistrus sp. L020
Otocinclus affinis
Oto
Otocinclus affinis
Panaque nigrolineatus
Royal Panaque L027
Panaque nigrolineatus
Pangasius sutchi
Pangasius catfish
Pangasius sutchi
Pareutropius debauwi
African glass catfish
Pareutropius debauwi
Peckoltia pulcher
Dwarf Pleco
Peckoltia pulcher
Pimelodus pictus
Pictus Catfish
Pimelodus pictus
Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum
Tiger shovelnose catfish
Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum
Scleromystax barbatus
Bearded catfish
Scleromystax barbatus
Synodontis angelicus
Angel catfish
Synodontis angelicus
Synodontis eupterus
Feather fin catfish
Synodontis eupterus
Synodontis nigriventris
Upside-down catfish
Synodontis nigriventris
Synodontis notatus
One-spot catfish
Synodontis notatus
Synodontis schoutedeni
Jaguar catfish
Synodontis schoutedeni







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