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L260 Queen Arabesque plecostomus (Hypancistrus sp.) from a private collection. Plecostumus have identification numbers because many of them are quite similar. L, standing for Loricariidae, followed by their number.

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L260 Queen Arabesque plecostomus (Hypancistrus sp.) from a private collection. Plecostumus have identification numbers because many of them are quite similar. L, standing for Loricariidae, followed by their number.

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L134 Leopard frog plecostomus (Peckoltia compta) from a private collection. Pleco have identification numbers because many of them are so similar. L, standing for Loricariidae, followed by their number.

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L134 Leopard frog plecostomus (Peckoltia compta) from a private collection. Pleco have identification numbers because many of them are so similar. L, standing for Loricariidae, followed by their number.

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A whiptail cat (Hemiloricaria fallax) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A whiptail cat (Hemiloricaria fallax) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A spoon head catfish (Planiloricaria cryptodon) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A spoon head catfish (Planiloricaria cryptodon) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A spoon head catfish (Planiloricaria cryptodon) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A spoon head catfish (Planiloricaria cryptodon) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A duplicate cory (Corydoras duplicareus) at Dallas World Aquarium.

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A duplicate cory (Corydoras duplicareus) at Dallas World Aquarium.

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Sand’s cory (Corydoras davidsandsi) at Dallas World Aquarium.

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Sand’s cory (Corydoras davidsandsi) at Dallas World Aquarium.

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A skunk cory (Corydoras granti) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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A skunk cory (Corydoras granti) at the Dallas World Aquarium.

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Pictus catfish (Pimelodus pictus) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Pictus catfish (Pimelodus pictus) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Pictus catfish (Pimelodus pictus) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Bloch’s catfish (Pimelodus blochii) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Bloch’s catfish (Pimelodus blochii) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Agassiz’s catfish (Corydoras agassizii) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Agassiz’s catfish (Corydoras agassizii) at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

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Black catfish (Neosilurus ater) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Black catfish (Neosilurus ater) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Black catfish (Neosilurus ater) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Blue catfish (Neoarius graeffei) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Blue catfish (Neoarius graeffei) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Blue catfish (Neoarius graeffei) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Highfin catfish (Neoarius berneyi) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Highfin catfish (Neoarius berneyi) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Highfin catfish (Neoarius berneyi) at the Freshwater Ecology and Marine Biology Dept. at Templestowe College.

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Eel-tailed catfish (Tandanus tandanus) at Templestowe College

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