Practical Fishkeeping (UK) - - Species Showcase -

Sci­en­tific name: Panaque cochliodon Pro­nun­ci­a­tion: Pan-ah-kay cock-lee-oh-don Size: 30cm max­i­mum Ori­gin: En­demic to Colom­bia Habitat: Fast-flow­ing ma­jor rivers/trib­u­taries, among fallen wood Tank size: 150x60x60cm (540 l) Wa­ter re­quire­ments: 6.0-7.0 ph, 2-12°H Tem­per­a­ture: 21-24°C Tem­per­a­ment: Very peace­ful. Pos­si­bly ter­ri­to­rial to­ward other Panaque or plecs. Feed­ing: Wood, lots of fresh veg, al­gae wafers. Cock­les and mus­sels oc­ca­sion­ally. Avail­abil­ity and cost: A real rar­ity; from £325 up­wards

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