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Synodontis nyassae from Lake Malawi in East Africa. This catfish does very well in aquariums with Cichlids.
Synodontis angelica* is also a very good aquarium fish that can live for many years with proper care.
Synodontis nigriventris commonly called the Upside Down or UD Catfish, because it often swims upside down.
Synodontis Catfish, "Squeakers".
The three catfish, shown above, are Synodontis, which is the name of a large genus of catfish that occur throughout most of the freshwaters of sub-Saharan Africa and the Nile River system. At this time there are a total of about 120-species in the Synodontis genus. Most of these species are found in Central and Western Africa. About 12-species are found in or near the Great lakes of East Africa. Most Synodontis don't grow too big and are good aquarium fish that do well on dry foods. For a long time Angelica was named Angelicus, but the word Synodontis has the feminine gender, so Angelicus should be changed to Angelica. During part of this show Tom and Nevin talk about Synodontis and encourage you to call with your questions or comments.
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Links to "Fish in the News" from Robert in NJ.
Hi Tom & Nevin, I hope Christmas was all you expected and more. May both of your families be healthy and Happy in the year to come. Here is the last Fish in the News for 2008. Your friend, Robert in NJ.
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