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PostSubject: Bristlenose Type's   Thu Jan 01, 2009 5:14 pm

Here is a list of thr types of bristlenose....hopefully i will put a picture next to each type shortly......The A stands for ANCISTRUS....

Ancistrus aguaboensis Fisch-Muller, Mazzoni and Weber 2001
Ancistrus albocinctus (Ahl 1936), (Synonym of A. multispinis)
Ancistrus alga (Cope 1872) (Synonym of A. hoplogenys)
A. baudensis Fowler 1945 (Synonym of A. centrolepis)
A. bodenhameri Schultz 1944
A. bolivianus (Steindachner 1915)
A. brevifilis Eigenmann 1920
A. brevipinnis (Regan 1904)
A. bufonius (Valenciennes 1840)
A. calamita (Valenciennes 1840) (Synonym of A. bufonius)
A. caucanus Fowler 1943
A. centrolepis(Regan 1913)
A. chagresi Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1889
A. cirrhosus (Valenciennes 1840)
A. claro Knaack 1999
A. clementinae Rendahl 1937
A. cryptopthalmusReis 1987
A. cuiabae Knaack 1999
A. damasceni (Steindachner 1907)
A. dolichopterus Kner 1854
A. dubius Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1889
A. erinaceus (Valenciennes 1840)
A. eustictus (Fowler 1945)
A. formoso Sabino and Trajano 1997
A. fulvus (Holly 1929)
A. galani Perez & Viloria 1994
A. gymnorhynchus Kner 1854
A. heterorhynchus(Regan 1912)
A. hoplogenys (Günther 1864)
A. jataiensis Fisch-Muller, Cardoso, da Silva, and Bertaco 2005
A. jelskii ( Steindachner 1876)
A. karstenii Lütken 1874 (Synonym of A.. gymnorhynchus)
A. latifrons (Günther 1864)
A. leucostictus (Günther 1864)
A. lineolatus Fowler 1943
A. lithurgicus Eigenmann 1912
A. macropthalmus (Pellegrin 1912)
A. maculatus (Regan 1904) (Synonym of A. greeni)
A. maculatus (Steindachner 1881)
A. malacops (Cope 1972)
A. maracasae Fowler 1946
A. marcapatae (Regan 1904)
A. martini Schultz 1944
A. mattogrossensis Miranda Ribeiro 1912
A. megalostomus Pearson 1924
A. melas Eigenmann 1916 (Synonym of A. centrolepis)
A. minutus Fisch-Muller, Mazzoni, and Weber 2001
A. montanus (Regan 1904)
A. multispinis (Regan 1912)
A. nationi Fernández-Yépez 1972
A. nudiceps (Müller & Troschel 1848)
A. occidentalis (Regan 1904)
A. occloi Eigenmann 1928
A. pirareta Muller 1989
A. piriformis Muller 1989
A. punctatus (Steindachner 1882) (Synonym of A. hoplogenys)
A. punctatus (Jardine 1841) (Synonym of A. dolichopterus)
A. ranunculus Müller, et al. 1994
A. reisi Fisch-Muller, Cardoso, da Silva and Bertaco 2005
A. rothschildi (Regan 1905) (Synonym of A. gymnorhynchus)
A. scheideri Boeseman 1972 (Synonym of A. temminckii)
A. spinosus Meek & Hildebrand 1916
A. stigmaticus Eigenmann & Eigenmann 1889
A. tamboensis Fowler 1945
A. taunayi Miranda Ribeiro 1918
A. tectirostris (Cope 1872) (synonym of A. hoplogenys)
A. temminkii (Valenciennes 1840)
A. tombador Fisch-Muller, Cardoso, da Silva and Bertaco 2005
A. trinitatis (Günther 1864)
A. triradiatus Eigenmann 1918
A. variolus (Cope 1872)


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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Sat Jan 03, 2009 11:42 am

wow never knew there was that many different types pictures would be great
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Sat Jan 03, 2009 2:32 pm

Tadj wrote:
wow never knew there was that many different types pictures would be great

ive been told there is lots more aswell and im working on pics may be some while yet..feel free to add your own pics..
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Mon Feb 02, 2009 9:59 pm

nice it's an excuse for some more tanks Lol cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Thu Apr 23, 2009 9:35 am

Here in NZ we don't really get much variety. "Browns" (which could be made up of anything) Goldens and albino...
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Sun May 03, 2009 11:03 pm

Here in Australia the common bristlenose have originated from Ancistrus sp (2)
The albino bn is Ancistrus cf. cirrhosus 'Albino'
The longfin albino is Ancistrus cf. cirrhosus 'Veiltail'
The orange spot bn is originally Ancistrus sp. 'Rio Ucayali'
The peppermint bn in Australia is Ancistrus sp. (L071)
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Sun Nov 22, 2009 1:08 pm

nice thread! alot of species of ancistrus.
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Sat Mar 27, 2010 9:19 am

I have a few bristelnose catfish at home but I have no idea what type they are. What is the easiest way to find out what type they are? I am in Australia and where I get them from just call them all bristelnose and albino bristlenose. I want to breed them and was wondering what size they have to be to breed? They are about 1.5 inch now and I have one that us about 4 inch boy. Thanks Daniel
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PostSubject: Re: Bristlenose Type's   Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:30 am

Hi daniel the easiest way to find out what they are is to take a pic and upload to here and we will I.D them for you mate...

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