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OT - Kelvin re bristlenoses

Posted By: SusanA <susanccr@hotmail.com>
Date: Friday, 28 February 2003, at 11:58 a.m.

Kelvin - sorry to post here, but I seem to have misplaced your e-mail address and the one here came back to me. Following is the description the owner gave me of the bristlenoses she has to give away:

"The parents are no larger than 5-6" They are both chocloate brown, with pale gold spots all over. Their tails are distinctive, in that on each tip, there is a pale gold triangle (each upper corner). THe male's head sports lots of bristles, with length being about an 1" and arranged in a pattern I would roughly described as a "T", if the top of the "T" was at the nose and the "stem" of the T between the eyes. He is very attractive. My adult pair and fry are all very outgoing,