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    Default A rare daytime appearance...

    My Medusa Pleco rarely comes out during the day but usually I can still see him under the mopani when he "hides".
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    How cute is he?????? Sadly, my baby bn catfish passed away....how old is your guy?

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    Default Re: A rare daytime appearance...

    Nice

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    That's one good looking pleco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krislewis3 View Post
    How cute is he?????? Sadly, my baby bn catfish passed away....how old is your guy?
    Not sure how old he is exactly. I have had him for 3 months and he was not full grown when I got him. He is a wild caught L034.
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    Nice! I had a vampire for a while. Thought he would be good in with them being a south American species. Wrong he passed after about three months when the temp crept up a few degrees. I was really sad. It was always a treat seeing it out and about in the tank.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trier20 View Post
    Nice! I had a vampire for a while. Thought he would be good in with them being a south American species. Wrong he passed after about three months when the temp crept up a few degrees. I was really sad. It was always a treat seeing it out and about in the tank.


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    Wild caught???? How is that? Did you catch him? If so, where? He is soooooooooooooooo cool!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krislewis3 View Post
    Wild caught???? How is that? Did you catch him? If so, where?
    You will have to PM John and ask him.
    http://www.freshwatertropicalfishonline.com/index.php
    http://forum.simplydiscus.com/forumd...-Myers-Florida
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