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    Reticulated Hillstream Loach (sewellia lineolata)

    My 3 wild sewellia loaches:







    A very short video of one:





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    Nice shots, pretty little things.



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    OMG, its adorable! I want one, or a hundred



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    Thanks all! I've always wanted these loaches so I had the tank space, finally. I had to switch lens around as they were playing around and I couldn't get a certain angle. The closer ones were taken with a standard kit lens with a macro filter and the others with a 50mm. No flash.



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    How beautiful they are! Do you need to have water running in the tank to make believe they're in a stream?
    I looked into them last year but my other fish wouldn't like the water flow that high.
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    I have two filters running for them, a AC 30 and AC 50 both on medium flow. Will probably switch out a filter for a Koralia powerhead. Others have kept them in lower flow but I plan to add another hillstream species that need the high flow.



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    I thought so, they're so beautiful, love them.
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    They are beautiful! Great shots, thanks for sharing!
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