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can anyone id this pleco please?:)

Discussion in 'Freshwater Bottom Dwellers' started by poena, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. poena

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    Unknown pleco
     
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    livebearerfreak you are hypnotized! LOL

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    excuzzzeme Stroke Survivor '05

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    It's an invisible pleco. I can clearly see it!
     
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    livebearerfreak you are hypnotized! LOL

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    hmm must be ther rare kind... nice!
     
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    mykidsmylife Princess of Peons

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    It's obviously a rare Ninja Pleco.
     
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    mudskipper10 Sharkie

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    Sooooooooo nnnnniiiiiiinnnnjjjjjjjaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    It's an albino in a snowstorm obviously
     
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    Khemul Sea Bunny

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    Nah, just not all that well known.

    Many go completely unnoticed.
     
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    ya its a suppppppppper white albino.
     

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