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Old 03-21-2013, 07:17 PM   #1
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Is this a Kenyi?

Can you guys verify if this is a Kenyi? It won't stay still enough to get a good picture.

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Old 03-21-2013, 07:32 PM   #2
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Looks like a bumblebee (crabro) to me!
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Looks like a bumblebee (crabro) to me!
I think you are right. Do you think it's a male or a female? Its about 2.5" right now.
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I think you are right. Do you think it's a male or a female? Its about 2.5" right now.
Gulf Stream is correct. Are there any other crabro a in there? They have the ability to flash colors. Dominant a males are normally brown. They have a symbiotic relationship with a type of bagels catfish in the wild look it up it will explain their colors much further.

Edit: by bagels I meant Bagrus.
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Gulf Stream is correct. Are there any other crabro a in there? They have the ability to flash colors. Dominant a males are normally brown. They have a symbiotic relationship with a type of bagels catfish in the wild look it up it will explain their colors much further.
None, it's the only bumblebee that I have. Thanks for the info.
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