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Old 26-11-17, 04:55
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Hello,

Ive kept aquaria, terraria, paludaria and plants for a long time. I moved to Colombia a couple of years ago and Im thinking about setting up a tank again... Yes, I know ...
But before that Im doing a little research. Id like to understand Loricariid taxonomy a little better and would be gratefull for any articles or publications that help me understand what sets the genera apart. Ive been looking at fish locally and photographing them, and the diversity of this family seems to have no limits.

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Peter
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Old 27-11-17, 14:22
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Hi all,
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.....But before that Im doing a little research. Id like to understand Loricariid taxonomy a little better and would be gratefull for any articles or publications that help me understand what sets the genera apart. Ive been looking at fish locally and photographing them, and the diversity of this family seems to have no limits.
Have a look at Dr Jonathan Armbruster's <"Loricariidae pages">.

The <"PlanetCatfish Cat-elog"> also has some details.

cheers Darrel
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