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Old 10-14-2004, 09:00 PM   #1
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Microctenopoma fasciolatum

This isn't my best picture by any stretch of the imagination but it is the ONLY one I've been able get of my male Microctenopoma fasciolatum with his fins spread. He is my most camera-shy fish....as soon as he catches a glimpse of the lens he's off into his favorite hiding spot.

Here he is:

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Very nice...I wish I had the talent to get anything but 'blurry hulkster' type photos of my fish...especially the bichirs and Ctenopoma.
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