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Old 11-16-2012, 06:59 PM
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**NOTE: My friend doesn't have an account yet, so he's typing through mine.**

hi guys as peter said i don't have an account yet but i'll probably sign up this weekend. ok so i have a quick question regarding my e. anthonyi. i have an almost mature i think male, it's quite big and really energetic, it bullies some of the smaller ones a little bit and has stood up to the big male a couple of times, lol. even though he's getting huge (for an anthonyi) and i think i've seen him trying to call he still is mostly brown with a couple of beige stripes. i'm getting kinda worried 'cause there are younger ones in there than him who already have their red. why isn't he developing his colour? thanks for answering.
2.3.8 D. auratus
2.1 D. tinctorius "Azureus"
1.1 D. tinctorius "Bakhuis"
1.1 P. terribilis
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