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Bristlenose albino pleco photos

One more post with fish photos :)
I have pictured a pair of Albino bushynose/brustlenose plecos in my photo tank. These guys are young make and female, however they have already spawn 3 times.
They were born in my tank from longfin bristlenose parents. Unfortunately, not all babies from longfin are longfins as well. So, these two were not. At the same they still pretty cool and colorful.

Look at the photos below

Bushynose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco pair

Bristlenose albino pleco pair

Bushynose albino pleco pair

Bushynose albino pleco pair

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bristlenose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Bushynose albino pleco

Fish Photos. Longfin albino cory

There are some pictures of my beautiful group of longfin albino corydoras catfish.
These is a breeding group and you can see that one of the fish is bigger than the others, it’s female.
There another small fish, it’s not completely grown-up, it was born in the tank and magically survived together with adults. Usually breeding these fish requires separating collecting and hatching eggs separately from the parent.

These guys are active and like to be in a group.
I’m not sure about their species, but they most likely Corydoras aeneus.

Look at the the pictures below.

Longfin albino corydoras catfish

Longfin albino corydoras catfish

Group of ongfin albino cory catfish

Group of ongfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino corydoras catfish

Longfin albino corydoras catfish

Longfin albino corydoras catfish

Longfin albino corydoras catfish

Pair of longfin albino corydoras catfish

Pair of longfin albino corydoras catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Pair of longfin albino corydoras catfish

Pair of longfin albino corydoras catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Longfin albino cory catfish

Group of longfin albino corydoras catfish

Group of longfin albino corydoras catfish

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