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Old 09-25-2011, 03:13 PM   #11
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Thats great! They both look very nice. She is absolutely lovely!
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Beautiful Convicts and thank you for the video
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Old 09-25-2011, 04:59 PM   #13
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No problem guys! @absolutangel04, I know! She was the most colorful one in the tank at the store.
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Just a quick question! Would it be ok to feed them small earthworms occasionally (1-2 times a month)?
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It should be perfectly fine!

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Thanks! I love natural diets
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UPDATE!

Ok, either they are just settling in or they are breeding. So I had some gravel in one of my clay pots and they cleared it all out. Also they are spending a lot of time together in the pot.
The female's colors changed too. She is now very light and her oranges are very very vivid.
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Thats a beautiful female. Mines only about 2 inches and has an orange blotch and green on its belly but not near tbis bright orange! Awesome
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Thanks! When I bought her I noticed she was the most colorful in the tank. That's why I picked her.
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