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Old 12-17-2005, 05:17 PM   #1
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Cliff and the babies

Finally, I was able to get a full length pic of Cliff:



A closeup:


Watching over the babies:

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Old 12-17-2005, 05:25 PM   #2
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Cliff is awesome! The pic with him and the baby albino is so cute!

It looks like you have some nice crypts! I like the one right at Cliff's nose!
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So cute! Those babies look just about bite size for Cliff.
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Great looking photos and fish as always Mr. Chillin. The albino ia a little darling.
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Very cute Bill! It's always nice to see a pic of Cliff.
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How cute, he looks like a protective papa. . He makes a good protector for sure.
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Great Pics!!!!
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Those baby BN plecs are getting HUGE!
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lol Great photos Jchillin!
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Very nice! In the second pic those are ramshorn snails, aren't they?
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Nice plec(s), JChillin! I don't see Cliff's bristles though. Does he have them?
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Cliff isn't a BN pleco.
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Cliff isn't a BN pleco.
Rok is correct...Cliff is a sailfin gibbiceps.
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