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Catfish Study Group (UK) Convention, 2006 - II

 by Marina Parha

The Papa Panaque next to him was impressive and I always wanted a breeding colony of these. As I could only think of my bath tub to put him in at present I decided to give him a miss. Still, no reason not to enjoy his looks:

I wonder when mine will reach this size …. Oh well.

A stunner of a fish was waiting round the corner: A male Titanicus:

I knew I needed more tanks, I just knew it!

Still, it wasn’t until I saw the next tank that I took out pen and paper:

Yes, it was young adult Triactis plecs. Those of you who know me will also know I have been after a breeding colony of these for ages. Well, now was the time and I wasn’t missing it!

Boys for the girls - I was looking for some male L200s for my two females and here they were:

Temptation hit next with the form of Mr. Majestic L14. Who in their right mind could ignore this fish?

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