Hemiancistrus guahiborum (L106)
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The Hemiancistrus guahiborum (L106) pleco is a South American Loricariidae found in the Rio Ventuari, Venezuela. This species is similar with Pseudancistrus sp. (L122), according to planetcatfish L122 has a flatter body shape.
- Seems not a very territorial species, do provide hiding place as for any pleco
- Is not a picky eater
- Gravel and sand substrate
- Provide rocks
- Good oxygenated tank
- Prefers good water current
Hemiancistrus guahiborum (L106) is also known by Spotted orange seam pleco.
Below you can find photo and video collection of the L106 pleco that I have kept. If I recall correctly I kept this species for about 2 years.
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This photo gallery contains images. Photos were taken in 2011. Latest photos are always at the top. Click on each image for full-screen view.
This video gallery contains videos of my L106 pleco. Latest videos are always at the top.
Hemiancistrus guahiborum (L106) video
This capture shows closeups of L106 pleco.
- Video capture date 2010-2011
- Close up of the species