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Old 05-28-2007, 11:48 PM   #1
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Some of my bottom fish

A couple of shots of my plecos and my corys.
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i love the look of your albino cories on that black gravel. thats really the reason i went with black substrate and background in my 20g tank. I plan on putting 4 or 5 false julii cories in
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Your pleco looks like he is enjoying himself in the first pic, scavenging on a plant stem. The cories really do stand out on the black substrate! Great pics.
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Your pleco looks like he is enjoying himself in the first pic, scavenging on a plant stem. The cories really do stand out on the black substrate! Great pics.
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Nice pics! I wish my pleco would come out and pose for me...
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Looking good......
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very nice
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