Lima Shovelnose Catfish
The Lima Shovelnose catfish, also called the duckbill catfish, has a unique broad flat shovel mouth and long whiskers. Lima shovelnose are caught in Peru, hence the name – for those that know their capitals. In the aquarium these fish only grow to about ten inches and can be kept mid-size and large fish. Generally the Lima shovelnose catfish will adapt to sinking pellets and frozen food, but be prepared to offer live black worms or feeder ghost shrimp.