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Old 05-24-2012, 06:16 AM   #1
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My newest bottomfeeders

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The spotted cories and the plecos follow the raph around its hilarious.
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Beautiful BN! I have a similar one about the same size. Him and the albino Corys r best buds haha.
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awesome fish,but i see trouble. a CAE "cue gasp". they can get REALLY aggressive
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That is one cute little raphael. Great shots.
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awesome fish,but i see trouble. a CAE "cue gasp". they can get REALLY aggressive
CAE - colonel in the Arab Emirate ????
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*Facepalm*
Naturally yes. They do when they get bigger. But hope to acquire a 55 next few days and will have an Oscar and some cichlids in it. The CAE and plec can go there when they become trouble.
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