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Old 09-09-2011, 07:33 PM   #61
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My Peppermint Pleco 'Forty'



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Well, she's beautiful to me. Lol
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Old 09-09-2011, 07:36 PM   #62
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Yeah she has a lot of gold shenlooks better in person!
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Old 09-09-2011, 07:40 PM   #63
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Mr Biggs here only come out at late hours, so I was surprised to see him in the morning.
Beautiful fish. What kind of Pleco & what size is it?
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And my Albino Bristlenose....

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Well, she's beautiful to me. Lol
LOVE the peppermint. That is not a species I am familiar with, but it it very pretty.
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Old 09-09-2011, 07:58 PM   #65
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LOVE the peppermint. That is not a species I am familiar with, but it it very pretty.
Thank you. She looks a little like a Snowball Pleco, but her spots are smaller & have a sort of minty green colour to them. She's got sort of a velvet looking texture to her. A 40th birthday present from my inlaws, hence the name
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Thank you. She looks a little like a Snowball Pleco, but her spots are smaller & have a sort of minty green colour to them. She's got sort of a velvet looking texture to her. A 40th birthday present from my inlaws, hence the name
Well, that is one kick-butt gift!
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Well, that is one kick-butt gift!
Beats a pair of socks any day, lol
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Beautiful fish. What kind of Pleco & what size is it?
According to Petsmart he's a Hypostomus plecostomus, or suckermouth catfish which come from the southern US. He's about 5 inches now, got him when he was about 3.
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According to Petsmart he's a Hypostomus plecostomus, or suckermouth catfish which come from the southern US. He's about 5 inches now, got him when he was about 3.
Great colours & markings. I think I might have to do some research......
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Sadly, this is the best photo of Sachiel I've ever gotten xD I don't have a mirror small enough to put by his tank to get him with his fins flared all the way, but he's still beautiful this way too
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