Are Striped Raphael Dora Catfish aggressive?

Are Striped Raphael Dora Catfish aggressive?

The Striped Dora catfish (Platydoras armatulus) is also known as the Chocolate, Striped Raphael and Talking catfish, and is native to the Amazon, Paraguay–Paraná and lower Orinoco basins in South America.

Striped Raphael Catfish are not known to show aggression towards other fish. They may eat smaller fish or shrimp, usually because they mistake them for food, but they won't harm other creatures of a similar size. Generally, striped Raphael Catfish are considered of peaceful temperament.

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