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Cat-eLog Data SheetScientific namePanaqolus sp. (L272)   Common nameL272Pronunciationpan ack oh lussEtymologyPanaqolus: Inelegantly derived from the indigenous term Panaque and in a form that infers a smaller size than that genus. Species informationSize100mm or 3.9 "SL. Find near, nearer or same sized spp. SexingLike all members of the genus, males grow elongated interopercular odontodes during the breeding season. Males develop noticeable odontodes along the dorsum (back of the body) as well. Males develop small pointed genital papillae, whereas mature females will have large, rounded, swollen papillae. Additionally, gravid females have noticeably wider bodies between the pectoral and pelvic fins when viewed from above, compared to males. Habitat informationdistributionBrazil: Rio Tocantins
Amazon, Lower Amazon, Tocantins (click on these areas to find other species found there)

Log in to view data on a map.Temperature23.0-27.0 ° C or 73.4-80.6 ° F (Show species within this range) Husbandry informationFeedingThis genus feeds on wood, and should have several pieces, preferably several kinds of wood to chew on. Aside from wood, a mainly vegetarian diet is recommended, prepared food such as algae wafers and fresh vegetables, such as courgette (zucchini) and tubers such as potato or sweet potato (yams).FurnitureRock piles are optional and wood tangles are a must. Plants are not vital and will be nibbled or destroyed.Suggested tankmatesWorks well with most types of peaceful community fish. Can be somewhat territorial towards conspecifics, but given enough hiding spaces, a group can be kept in a suitable size aquarium - roughly requiring a 30 x 30cm area per fish.BreedingUnreported.Breeding reportsThere is no breeding report. Further informationRegistered KeepersKeeping this species? Why not .
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There is no record of this fish being seen.Forum BBCodeMore on Panaqolus sp. (L272)Look up Panaqolus sp. (L272) on AquaticRepublic.comLFS label creator.Last update2012 Oct 11 09:38 (species record created: 2006 Jul 31 00:00)