5449defaultupdateRating Lenny : 6. Members Gallery : Photo Gallery - Fishkeeping

Main : 3. Marine »» 5. General Pictures »» 4. Pond/Koi »» 1. Coldwater »» 2. Tropical »» 6. Members Gallery »» 8. Previous Competitions »» November Pictures (closed) »» December Competition (closed) »» March/April 2006 Competition (closed) »» Pumpkin Competition »» Micro Tank Competition »» Spring 2010 Compo »» Summer 2010 Competition »» Autumn Photo Competition »» Spring 2011 Photo Competition (closed) »» 'Summer' 2012 Compo  Lenny

[<   Previous  307  308  309  310  311  312  313  Next   >]

Lenny
LennyPopular
SubmitterCallierj34More Photos from Callierj34   Category6. Members Gallery   Last Update16/8/2014 6:06
Hits1455 Comments3   

[<   Previous  307  308  309  310  311  312  313  Next   >]

The comments are owned by the author. We aren't responsible for their content.
Author
Thread
  • Forum Manager

 Re: Lenny

He's lovely, nice markings and love the name

 
  • Not too shy to talk

 Re: Lenny

Thank you!! I've been researching his species more. And I can't decide if he is a common or a sailfin. I'm thinking sailfin... But I could be wrong. What do you think?

 
  • Tropical Moderator

 Re: Lenny

There are many plec species' that go under the banner of "common" and more than one "sailfin".

All Pterygoplichthys species' are "sailfins". I suspect you mean P. gibbiceps, Leopard Sailfin, but without a number of more detailed pics (mouth, underbelly, fins etc) it's hard to say for sure which species he is.

If he has more than 10 spines in his dorsal he's a member of the Ptergoplichthys genus which means no matter what he's going to grow to at least a foot long, maybe up to 2 feet.

 


assign stuff