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Old 09-07-2011, 01:39 AM   #11
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They get up to about the size of a penny in diameter fully grown.
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They get up to about the size of a penny in diameter fully grown.
And they stay clear? They is so cool!
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yes, they are fairly clear, slightly opaque. I can definitely see right through many of them. I don't selectively breed them apart from culling the ones i don't like when I see them, so there are some mixes.
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