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More carnivorous than many other Plecos, they should be fed accept a variety of protein rich sinking prepared foods. They can be aggressive and territorial for a Pleco and should be provided with ample hides and rock work in the aquarium.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan\u003eDepending on their age, sex, mood, and surroundings; they can be colored brown on gray to a charcoal black. They all have three vivid orange to yellow bloches on their non paired fins; hence their common name. 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Three Beacon Plecostomus (LEPORACANTHICUS TRIACTIS L-091)

Product Description
$94.99
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Care Level: Moderate
Temperament: Peaceful
Color Form: Orange, Yellow
Lifespan: 5+ Years
Size: Up to 10"
Diet: Omnivore
Water Condition: 73-83° F, KH 8-10, pH 6.5-7.5
Family: Loricariidae
Minimum Tank Size:  75+ Gallons
Tank Set-Up: Driftwood, Caves, Rocks

 

The Three Beacon or Redfin Black Spot Plecostomus is a distinctively colored Pleco found in the upper Orinoco in Colombia and Venezuela, where they tend to be found in rocky, fast-moving waters. More carnivorous than many other Plecos, they should be fed accept a variety of protein rich sinking prepared foods. They can be aggressive and territorial for a Pleco and should be provided with ample hides and rock work in the aquarium.

Depending on their age, sex, mood, and surroundings; they can be colored brown on gray to a charcoal black. They all have three vivid orange to yellow bloches on their non paired fins; hence their common name. Although Leporacanthicus triactis can be somewhat aggressive with other Plecos, they are generally very peaceful in a community tank environment as long as they are not housed with too many other bottom dwellers.

It does well with most small to medium community fish like Tetras and South American cichlids, smaller loaches and catfish, but in order to minimize territorial disputes, should not be housed with larger plecos or catfish species.

The Three Beacon Plecostomus is an omnivore that will accept a wide variety of foods, including algae wafers, cucumber, zucchini, live, frozen or freeze dried bloodworms, prawns, shrimp as well as omnivore sinking tablets. The seem to prefer shelled crustaceans or mollusks but these foods should be used given sparingly and mainly for conditioning.

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