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The Longfin Albino Bristlenose Pleco (Ancistrus dolichopterus), also known as the Albino Bushynose or Bushymouth Pleco, is a member of the Loricariidae family of South American suckermouth catfishes.While many suckermouth catfish species have yet to be bred on any major scale in aquariums, the Longfin Bristlenose Pleco is one of the most easily- and often-bred “pleco” species in the ...

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Albino Bushynose / Bristlenose Plecostomus. from $5.99. Quick View. Wishlist Blue Eye Lemon Bushynose Pleco. $12.99. Quick View. Wishlist Calico Bushynose Pleco (Ancistrus sp.) ... Longfin Albino Bushy Nose Pleco (Ancistrus sp.) $17.99 $15.99. Quick View. Wishlist Longfin Chocolate Pleco (Ancistrus sp.) from $13.99. Out of stock. Quick View.

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Up for sale are Longfin Albino Bushynose plecos. These are a variant of the common ancistrus pleco which has been bred for both it's long flowing fins and also it's albino coloration. These are only around 2" in size at this time and will not develop the long fins until they get older.

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The Albino Gold Bushy Nose Plecostomus, also known as the Yellow-Ancistrus, comes from the Amazon Basin of South America. The Albino Long Fin Plecostomus comes from the rivers and tributaries of Paraguay. They are pale in coloration with very long flowing fins. Like other albino fish, these plecos have the signature red eyes.

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They are available in dark brown, beige, black, and albino coloration along with regular and long-finned varieties. Related Posts Bristlenose Pleco – Ancistrus Temminckii

www.fishkeepingworld.com/bristlenose-pleco

The Bristlenose Pleco is known as a number of different names including; Bristlenose Catfish, Bushynose Catfish, Common Bristlenose Catfish and the Brushmouth Pleco. Before you read on about how to care for Bristlenose Plecos, take a quick look at this overview to help determine whether this species is right for you.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancistrus

Ancistrus is a genus of nocturnal freshwater fish in the family Loricariidae of order Siluriformes, native to freshwater habitats in South America and Panama.Fish of this genus are common in the aquarium trade where known as bushynose or bristlenose catfish.Sometimes, they are called bushynose or bristlenose plecos instead, but this may lead to confusion as "pleco" usually is used for .....

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The Albino Long Fin Pleco is found in the rivers and tributaries of Paraguay and has extremely long flowing fins. The Albino Gold Bushy Nose Pleco, a.k.a. Yellow-Ancistrus, comes from the Amazon River Basin of South America. Both of these Plecos are pale in color and like other albinos have red eyes.