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Old 05-25-2008, 07:37 PM   #11
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Hi. That Cory is C. sterbai. - Frank

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that photo of the little puffer guy looking up at the feeder looks just gorgeous. I'm grinning from ear to ear over that photo, and it isn't even my tank

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I have never seen a freshwater puffer before Really cool looking fish. Do you get all your fish locally or do you order online? My LFS's do not have hardly any of the fish that you have.
I buy all mine from my LFS. They are an excellent shop and can usually get hold of fish for me if they don't stock them
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Hi. That Cory is C. sterbai. - Frank
They're Schultzi...
FlippersandFins.net: Identifying Cory Cats Schultzi have black spots on the face. Sterbai have white spots on the face

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