To me she looks like the common bristlenose, Ancistrus cirrhosus
. The light saddle across her back is quite characteristic of that species, also, at the baseof the dorsal fin look for a black dot, this is also characteristic of Ancistrus cirrhosus
. the wild caught individuals are common in America, as unlike here in Australia you are allowed to import...lucky bastards!! The wild caught ones will sell for a higher price. F1 means they are the first generation of tank bred bristlenose born to wild parents. I can only assume that its a male in the cave so good luck with spawning them
the albinos are most likely Ancistrus cirrhosus
. Not many bristlenose are known to have the albino morph so that narrows it down quite quickly. Tho it is hard to get a propper ID without a shot from the top.
lovely fish tho!
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