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Pseudacanthicus leopardus - Leopard cactus pleco, L-114 catfishMagyarul / Hungarian
Pseudacanthicus leopardus - Leopard cactus pleco, L-114 catfishPseudacanthicus leopardus - Leopard cactus pleco, L-114 catfishPseudacanthicus leopardus - Leopard cactus pleco, L-114 catfishPseudacanthicus leopardus - Leopard cactus pleco, L-114 catfish
  • Scientific name: Pseudacanthicus leopardus
  • Synonyms: Stoneiella leopardus
  • Common name: Xingu cactus suckercat, L-114 catfish, Leopard cactus pleco
  • Group: Catfishes
  • Habitat: South America, Brazil
  • Size: 35 cm
  • Biotope: Rio Essequibo, Rio Rupuni, Rio Branco and Rio Takutu rivers, in the border region of Brazil and Guyana.
  • Social behavior: Aggressive and very territorial, especially towards its own kind
  • Diet: Omnivorous; all kinds of live foods, pellets and even fresh vegetables such as cucumber, zucchini.
  • Breeding: Breeding has not been accomplished in aquarium.
  • Tank: Minimum 300 litres
  • Population: 1 pair for 300 litres
  • Decoration: A tank with dimmed lights and many hiding places, like rock caves and roots with holes.
  • Temperature: 24-30 °C
  • pH: 5.5-7.5
  • Hardness: 4-13 NK°
  • Lifespan: 12 years

Description: L-114 is among the most extraordinary new imports of recent years. Strangely adults are imported more frequently than juveniles. The color of Leopard cactus pleco is pale to dark brown with numerous orregular black blotches on the body and fins. The underside is grey-yellow. L-114 catfish has long, comblike teeth. Its teeth are little in number, but powerful and large. Xingu cactus suckercats have very sharp spines covering their body; handling them with bare hands is not advised! Because they are so quarrelsome among themselves, a large aquarium is required if more than one specimen is to be kept.

Males have elongated odontodes on their pectoral spines during the spawning season, and the males have a slimmer body shape compared to the females. The expected life span for this fish is 12 years.

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