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Thread: Bristlenose

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    he fans a lot, in all of the hides though lol hes a fussy one it seems, going to get another female here shortly and maybe shes gonna be mature. I dont have shrimp pellets but i do use tetra wafer mix and blood worms seeing as its a neon tetra tank so maybe gets some of those too..while im at the shop is there anything i should get like shrimp pellets or anything more specific?

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    Bristlenose 2.jpgBristlenose.jpgMale Bristlenose.jpg

    Sex these please? i know my albino is male.

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    Could be a hairy female, could be a male, tricky to say really. The albino def looks male.

    Try a bloodworm or two, see if they taker to it.

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    im hoping its a hairy female, its bristles dont seen to be anywhere other than its lip so aslong as it doesn't grow anymore things are looking good :)

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    To answer your question about the 144s.
    The 144s that you see on aquabid are most likely not true 144s but rather a leucistic common bushynose. True 144s are rather ugly looking fish to most people, that is, from what I have found and read, a golden colored fish with dark patches and or spots. This is all in lamens terms. Google "true 144" and hunker down for a long, long read.

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