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Old 06-29-2004, 04:05 PM   #1
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Duster reproduction

Hi i noticed today that it looked like my feather duster looked as if it was growing another crown. But when i looked at it next it looks like it usually does. Am i going crazy or something? Could it be reproducing? I hope this makes sense lol.
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upload a pic so I can tell you if its what you think it is
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from my understanding you need a group of them at a minimum to reproduce.Mine lost a crown not long ago and regrew wone so who knows
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well the one i got had only one row of them. i gave him a lot of food and now he has like 3 rows of feathers.
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Well i cant get a pic at the moment but i will try to describe what it looks like. So it looks like two crowns side by side. Bith very close in size. And sometimes when it puts its crown way out you can see two different bases for the crowns. Its kind of hard to explain. I hope this helps.
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