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Horabagrus brachysoma

 

May 2015 Factsheet
Horabagrus brachysoma
" Golden Red Tail Catfish, Sun Catfish"

 

 


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12th March 2015: Video

Corydoras loxozonus  
By Allan James

16th February 2015: Video

Ancistomus spilomma - L036 
By Graeme Backhouse

29th July 2014: Video

Brochis splendens spawning
By Adrian Taylor (wmv. file 43.3mb)

25th June 2014: Video

West African Tank
By Martijn van der Windt

25th June 2014: Video

Platydoras costatus
By Miguel Mitchél

6th May 2014: Article

Synodontis njassae Keilhack, 1908
By Michael K. Oliver, Ph.D.

26th April. 2014:

Update to C007 and CW024 which are now described as Corydoras gryphus

14th Feb. 2014: Video

Synodontis lucipinnis
By Allan James

3rd February 2014: Article

Keeping Your Koi or Catfish in a Heated Pond
By Marijn van Haaren & Allan James

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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