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Old 08-09-2009, 12:52 AM   #1
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Freshwater ID please.

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You're a pencilfish.
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actually...looks like a white cloud minnow to me
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Actually, that is a pencilfish. White cloud minnows have a thinner black stripe on their body. IMO, they look almost identical.
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To set the matter straight :P

Beckford's Pencilfish Nannostomus beckfordi aquarium tropical fish from Tropical Fish and Aquariums
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actually he looks like a gold pencilfish..,..given the red bottom fin. But I agree linksyz...they looks like dopplegangers
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Err your link doesn't work ><
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Oh Danny....two midwestern minds thininking alike lol....click again
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I really wanted these for a period, and couldn't think of the name during the first post :P, so I evaded and just put down pencilfish. I bought 2 when one of my lfs's had them in their tanks, and they were cool, but they were "strays" that came in with a shipment, so I couldn't really get more without paying a ridiculous amount at another lfs.

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krap101 for the win. i have thought about buying a bag for my 120. they are a neat fish.
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