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Old 04-11-2005, 09:20 PM   #1
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Albino BN Plecos!!!

Last week, I was fortunate enough to have recieved 2 four week old albino Bn plecos from the one and only BrianNY.

I figured I'd let them acclimate themselves to their new surroundings first.

This is "shorty"

This is "shrimpy"


They are doing very well.
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Old 04-11-2005, 09:37 PM   #2
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You do realize I am very jealous right? LOL What beautiful little plecos.
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Very nice wee little ones
I returned my albino bristlenoses to the lfs.......both were male, and I don't have an algae problem.....so I thought I'd better use the space to raise some keyhole cichlid fry ones they arive :P
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Are you implying that I have an algae problem Billsgate? For the record, those little guys are in my 30g and will replace Mr. Cliff Gibbiceps when he moves next door to the 75g.
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They look great, Bill!
Be sure to try feeding them some blanched broccoli stalks - they love them!
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LOL...that's when I can find them...I was doing a gravel vac and almost forgot they were in there somewhere.
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oooh, congrats!!!

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No aquarium is complete without a Albino BN Pleco... I love mine.. I almost got one for 1.97 a week or two ago.. But it didn't happen.. haha

You try what QToffer said and give them some broc! They love it!

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Will do Moose. I would never deny anything to a pleco, least of all broccoli.
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