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Old 06-17-2014, 08:13 AM   #1
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Peppermint Bristlenose Colony tank

Finally these guys have got their groove on....

Their home


Pep fry (about 1cm long)


A different view


Eggs with eyes and a tail
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Wow

And Toowoomba as well. Guess it is chilly there!
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Absolutely beautiful bristle nose those white spots look like snow flakes. Are they breeding in the log?
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Wow those are awesome! how long have you had them?
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And Toowoomba as well. Guess it is chilly there!
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Yep, very very cool at present *L*
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Absolutely beautiful bristle nose those white spots look like snow flakes. Are they breeding in the log?
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Yep they are
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Wow those are awesome! how long have you had them?
Yeah i love em

The large male i have had 7 yrs and all the other adults 5 yrs
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Awesome Bristlenose! If they happen to outgrow your tank i know at least one person in the US that would be happy to take a couple off your hands! ha jk but great looking fish!
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Nice fish. I'd love to breed plecos.
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Awesome Bristlenose! If they happen to outgrow your tank i know at least one person in the US that would be happy to take a couple off your hands! ha jk but great looking fish!
I would get a bigger custom tank made for them...i dont think i'd ever part with them....they would be a favourite of mine
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