Clown panaque offspring

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08 May 2021 16:42 #1 by Olaf
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Hi all,
I have 5 adult Clown panaques in a large (200 L) tank that breed continuously. Impossible to count but I think I have about 10 youngesters 3-4 cm long and another 10 or so about 2 cm long. I would be happy to give them away to good new homes. 
I attach my own pictures - the youngsters have a beautiful striped pattern but you can see from the other image that adults become a bit less colourful. They are a very small species, under 10 cm. 
They look like plecos but mostly hang out on and in roots, and they love eating courgette! In my tank the males occupy clay tubes and there are frequent battles with females trying to get in and lay eggs. 
I live in Dun Laoghaire. 
Thanks,
Olaf

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
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08 May 2021 18:34 #2 by Olaf
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Sorry this image of a youngster did not attach to my original message. 
Olaf

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
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