Trouve ici : http://www.tropicalfishfinder.co.uk/article_detail.asp?id=68
"Even smaller than the Corydoras catfish are some of the driftwood catfish, such as the leopard woodcat Centromochlus reticulatus, often referred to by aquarists under an obsolete name, Tatia reticulata
. This species gets to less than 3 cm in length
and makes a delightful addition to the community aquarium. Juveniles are somewhat drab, pinkish-brown fish with vague mottling on the dorsal surface, but adults are spectacular little fish, with beautiful chocolate brown patches set against a pale pink ground colour. Maintenance is fairly simple as these fish seem to be quite adaptable as far as water chemistry goes
. The only real problem is feeding them, as they are very nocturnal. Frozen bloodworms and other such foods will be relished, but take care that other nigh-feeding species
, such as loaches, are not in the tank as well, or these little driftwood catfish are liable to miss out."
Pour les passages en gras et en gros :Centromochlus reticulatus
, vendu sous un nom obsolete , Tatia reticulata
Tres adaptable en matiere de qualite d'eau.
Ne pas faire cohabiter avec d'autres nocturnes pour des problemes de nourriture.
Ah, j'oubliais, il est beau.
Mds, ca vaut ce que ca vaut...